1 As the boards shuddered under her weight, the soliloquy she had been muttering in the front hall grew louder and louder, coming clearly to the ears of the family in the dining room.
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2 She had hurried on through her story, with a wild, passionate utterance; sometimes seeming to address it to Tom, and sometimes speaking as in a soliloquy.
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3 It was the woman Cassy, who had stolen upon his soliloquy.
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4 He soliloquized the while, for it is an error to suppose that the soliloquy is unnatural.
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5 Marius, up to that time solitary and inclined to soliloquy, and to asides, both by habit and by taste, was a little fluttered by this covey of young men around him.
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6 Hamlet's soliloquy, you know; the most celebrated thing in Shakespeare.
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7 To mend the matter, Hamlet's aunt had the family failing of indulging in soliloquy, and held forth in a desultory manner, by herself, on every topic that was introduced.
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