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Definition of "monologist" [mo•nol•o•gist]

  • A person who performs monologues (noun)

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Use "monologist" in a sentence
  • "A monologist The Last Cargo Cult who views storytelling as a form of social activism, Daisey embraces Apple technology -- the MacBook Air is "so thin you could slice a sandwich with it" -- and sends up the obsessions it spawns -- with comic glee."
  • "Don't let me die like this, so God in the form of the monologist sends an ice boat that has gotten loose from its moorings and is spinning crazily across the lake, and the pastor manages to jump into the hull of the ice boat as the car begins to sink."
  • "Some tennis inconveniently interrupted here, in the style possibly of Chris's life partner handing round the After Eights, but our monologist was not about to be thrown off his stride: I hear he's not a great listener, but the sarcasm we believe it is when he's talking to his box like that, how are they feeling right now?"
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