Soul | Mean of soul in English Dictionary


  • Noun
  • the spiritual part of a person that is believed to give life to the body and in many religions is believed to live forever
    1. salvation of the human soul [=spirit]
    2. the souls of the dead
  • a person's deeply felt moral and emotional nature
    1. He could not escape the guilt that he felt in the inner recesses of his soul.
  • the ability of a person to feel kindness and sympathy for others, to appreciate beauty and art, etc.
    1. She has no soul.
  • a human being
    1. a brave/gentle/kind soul
    2. Some poor soul was asking for handouts on the street.
    3. There wasn't a soul in sight. [=there wasn't anyone in sight]
    4. He didn't tell a soul [=anyone] that he was leaving.
    5. a village of barely a hundred souls
  • a quality that gives emotional force and effectiveness to a performance, a work of art, etc.
    1. He's a skillful performer, but his music lacks soul.
  • a person who has a lot of a particular quality
    1. He is the soul of integrity. [=he is a very honest person]
    2. I promise I'll be the soul of discretion. [=I'll be very discreet]
  • the central or most important part of something that makes it effective, valuable, etc.
    1. Honesty is the very soul of any good relationship.
    2. Our employees are the heart and soul of our company.
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