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monologue
used in Gone with the Wind

2 uses
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Definition
a (usually long) dramatic speech by a single actor

or:

a long speech by one person — especially one that prevents others from talking

or:

a continuous series of jokes and stories by a single comedian
  • He had forgotten completely about his conversation with her that afternoon and was carrying on a monologue about the latest news from Fort Sumter, which he punctuated by hammering his fist on the table and waving his arms in the air.
    1.4 (2% in)
  • Aunt Pittypat's monologue broke off suddenly as she said inquiringly: "Yes, Mammy?" and Scarlett, coming back from dreams, saw Mammy standing in the doorway, her hands under her apron and in her eyes an alert piercing look.
    4.33 (94% in)

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