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soul British & World English

The spiritual or immaterial part of a human being or animal, regarded as immortal

soul English Thesaurus

painting is the art of reaching the soul through the eyes

lost soul British & World English

A soul that is damned

soul food British & World English

Food traditionally associated with black people of the southern US

soul kiss British & World English

Another term for French kiss.

soul music British & World English

A kind of music incorporating elements of rhythm and blues and gospel music, popularized by American black people. Characterized by an emphasis on vocals and an impassioned improvisatory delivery, it is associated with performers such as Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, and Otis Redding

soul patch British & World English

A small tuft of facial hair directly below a man’s lower lip

world soul British & World English

The immanent cause or principle of life, order, consciousness, and self-awareness in the physical world

soul brother British & World English

Used as a term of address between black men (or women)

soul catcher British & World English

(Among various North American Indian peoples) a hollowed bone tube used by a medicine man to contain the soul of a sick person

soul-stirring British & World English

Arousing intense emotion

soul-destroying British & World English

(Of an activity) unbearably monotonous

soul-searching British & World English

Deep and anxious consideration of one’s emotions and motives or of the correctness of a course of action

bare one's soul British & World English

Reveal one’s innermost secrets and feelings to someone

body and soul British & World English

Involving every aspect of a person; completely

rest his soul British & World English

Used to express a wish that God should grant someone’s soul peace

sell one's soul British & World English

Do or be willing to do anything, no matter how wrong it is, in order to achieve one’s objective

upon my soul! British & World English

An exclamation of surprise

dark night of the soul British & World English

A period of spiritual desolation suffered by a mystic in which all sense of consolation is removed

keep body and soul together British & World English

Stay alive, especially in difficult circumstances

brevity is the soul of wit British & World English

The essence of a witty statement lies in its concise wording and delivery

lost soul in soul British & World English

A soul that is damned

the life and soul of the party British & World English

A vivacious and sociable person

discretion British & World English

The quality of behaving or speaking in such a way as to avoid causing offence or revealing confidential information

soulless British & World English

(Especially of a place) lacking character and individuality

soulmate British & World English

A person ideally suited to another as a close friend or romantic partner

bare one's soul in bare British & World English

Reveal one’s innermost secrets and feelings to someone

body and soul in body British & World English

Involving every aspect of a person; completely

rest his soul in rest1 British & World English

Used to express a wish that God should grant someone’s soul peace

sell one's soul in sell British & World English

Do or be willing to do anything, no matter how wrong it is, in order to achieve one’s objective

upon my soul! in soul British & World English

An exclamation of surprise

soul sister in soul brother British & World English

Used as a term of address between black men (or women)

rest or God rest his or her soul in rest1 British & World English

Used to express a wish that God should grant someone’s soul peace

body and soul in body English Thesaurus

he seemed ready to dedicate himself to them body and soul

sell one's soul to the devil in sell British & World English

Do or be willing to do anything, no matter how wrong it is, in order to achieve one’s objective

heart and soul in heart English Thesaurus

they had committed themselves heart and soul to the project

keep body and soul together in body British & World English

Stay alive, especially in difficult circumstances

brevity is the soul of wit in brevity British & World English

The essence of a witty statement lies in its concise wording and delivery


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