Definition of lost soul in English:

lost soul

1A soul that is damned.
More example sentences
  • God of the lost, God of the found, grant us the love to rejoice with each lost soul that is found, remembering that others welcomed us when we were gathered in.
  • Divine love will not transform the lost soul or readers who are this type.
  • On the contrary, to judge by the entries in his Journal at this time, he tended to regard himself very much as a sinner and a lost soul.
Synonyms
damned, fallen, irredeemable, irreclaimable, irretrievable, past hope, past praying for, condemned, cursed, doomed
literary accursed
1.1chiefly humorous A person who seems unable to cope with everyday life.
More example sentences
  • The nice thing is that everyone left at 12, so I have the entire building to myself - and have locked my office door in case some lost soul wanders by looking for help I can't give.
  • He is an emotionless, lost soul wandering the streets and helping out strangers while looking for a clean razor and dry cleaner for his dirty overcoat!
  • While not locked in his office, he wanders the corridors like a lost soul.
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