Oh, that's all right, that's all right, give us a rest; never mind about the direction, HANG the direction -- I beg pardon, I beg a thousand pardons, I am not well to-day; pay no attention when I soliloquize
, it is an old habit, an old, bad habit, and hard to get rid of when one's digestion is all disordered with eating food that was raised forever and ever before he was born; good land
He might have done worse," I heard my guardian soliloquize
Polly did not soliloquize
aloud, as heroines on the stage and in books have a way of doing, but the conversation she held with herself was very much like this: "I 'm afraid there is something in it.
Crackenthorp--a small blinking woman, who fidgeted incessantly with her lace, ribbons, and gold chain, turning her head about and making subdued noises, very much like a guinea-pig that twitches its nose and soliloquizes
in all company indiscriminately-- now blinked and fidgeted towards the Squire, and said, "Oh, no--no offence.
When left alone, she occupies and apparently amuses herself, and seems quite contented; and so strong seems to be the natural tendency of thought to put on the garb of language, that she often soliloquizes
in the FINGER LANGUAGE, slow and tedious as it is.
This cautionary aside affords him an opportunity to soliloquize
upon the irony of light -- that it is able to hide as much as it reveals.
Lawyers interrupt judges, judges intimidate witnesses, witnesses soliloquize
over guilt or innocence, ad infinitum.
As Humphreys has a lady-in-waiting soliloquize
to the thirty-two-year-old Queen Elizabeth I in the mid-1600s, "The ice is new to us.
During the 365 filmed vignettes distined to compose the twenty-four-hour megawork, a vampire serenades an armchair, goths soliloquize
in nature, and Joseph prostrates himself before Mary's parents.
To sleep, perchance to dream," a bleary-eyed Hamlet might soliloquize
with a yawn, "Ay, that seems unlikely.