[ suh–lil–uh-kwee ]
- the act of talking to oneself.
- a poem, discourse, or utterance of a character in a drama that has the form of a monologue or gives the illusion of being a series of unspoken reflections.
Examples of soliloquy in a sentence:
- A closing soliloquy moved the crowd to tears as they were given a glimpse into the dying man’s fears and hopes.
- The actress’s soliloquy let the audience hear the character’s inner thoughts right before the climax.