soliloquise – soliloquised – soliloquising
It’s the British spelling of the American “soliloquize”. It means according to Merriam Webster:
talk to oneself.
What a wonderful word, and what a wonderful title for a blog.
Historical examples from the Web for soliloquise:
There was a night-scene, in which I had to soliloquise, while rocking my child and singing it to sleep with some old ditty.
The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi; Volume the first
Count Carlo Gozzi
To please himself rather than his hostess,
who he knew could not understand a word he spoke, he continued to soliloquise aloud.
The North Pacific
Willis Boyd Allen
But we have no time to stay and admire or to soliloquise over scenery.
On the Heels of De Wet
The Intelligence Officer
There she lingered, rather like the Ancient Mariner without a wedding-guest to whom she might soliloquise.
E. F. Benson
She treats it with absolute indifference, and begins to soliloquise, with a touch of scorn in her language.
Expositor’s Bible: The Song of Solomon