Definition of soul brother in English:

soul brother

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(or soul sister)

noun

North American informal
1Used as a term of address between black men (or women).
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  • This was an astute soul sister who had mastered the politics of the kinky power struggles and sleazy back room dealings.
1.1A person whose thoughts, feelings, and attitudes closely match those of another; a kindred spirit.
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  • Nevertheless, I loved her; she was like my soul sister.
  • I just want to thank Faith and the wonderful Rossi for being something akin to soul sisters to me when it comes to this subject.
  • And the sweetest thing for me, she's been a personal friend and soul sister.

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Pronunciation: vʌɪˈneɪʃəs
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of the colour of red wine