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soul

The ethereal and immortal essence of a person or living organism.
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Dreamy and romantic, Duffy soulfully coos sweet somethings over a sparse acoustic guitar strum.
They don't look soulfully into one another's eyes telegraphing love.
It will soothe your worries when you hear Yolanda Adams soulfully tell you that "The Battle is the Lord's.
That a primarily literary lover engages lengthily and soulfully with a primarily mathematical lover has the makings of a great story if the dialogue is good (and here the dialogue is good).
He is merely soulfully reflecting on the world around him.
A second look at this classic pose of the female figure with a baby on her lap reveals her not looking soulfully into the camera, but rather with her gaze fixed firmly down the sights of a gun.
He has soulfully restaged Scandinavian food, changing how Americans think about herring, gravlax, and smorgasbord.
A selected bibliography rounds out this art and flower lover's treasury of skillfully and soulfully painted images.
Our favorite "set" was a nearby wooden bridge over a stream where we would look soulfully into the trickling water and try to sing "Vaya Con Dios" or "Stranger in Paradise.
This book is basically a glorified hygiene manual--Ford reminds us three times that our teeth should be kept clean--as is another recent book, The Gay Man's Kama Sutra, by Terry Sanderson, which is likewise written in a flat, pedantic style, illustrated by images of handsome couples getting it on, sharing drinks, or talking soulfully.
The focal intent on listening to the language of the energy patterns within the body, brings a shift both psychologically and soulfully to patients.