soul

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soul

Plural
souls

  1. (countable) A part of you that cannot be seen or touched. Souls are prominent in some religions and myths.
    He went to church hoping to save his soul.
    Ghosts are said to be souls of people who have died.
  2. (countable) Your mind or feelings.
    There is a pain deep in my soul.
  3. (uncountable) True feeling, or feeling very human.
    I love his music because it is full of soul.
  4. (uncountable) A kind of music. Soul is usually sung and is often by African Americans.
    She was the greatest soul singer of her time.

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