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soulster

Line breaks: soul|ster
Pronunciation: /ˈsəʊlstə
 
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Definition of soulster in English:

noun

informal
A singer of soul music: the gravel-voiced English soulster
More example sentences
  • Somebody down at the record company must be patting themselves on the back right now having dug up and reissued this 100 per cent unknown band of funky soulsters.
  • He soaks these discs in a range of the genre - in this case, house - that few others could hope to master, alternating between classic rerubs and new soulsters.
  • Patrick was joined on the album by various guests, including soulster David McAlmont.

Words that rhyme with soulster

bolster, holster, pollster, upholster

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