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soulful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsoulfulsoul‧ful /ˈsəʊlfəl $ ˈsoʊl-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 EMOTIONALexpressing deep, usually sad, emotions 🔊 He looked up with those great soulful eyes.soulful voice/vocals/melody etc 🔊 his powerful, soulful voicesoulfully adverbsoulfulness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
soulfulLike Modigliani, Jeanne was a romantic, a mysterious young woman with soulful blue eyes and a generous mouth.Later in the evening, a pack of coyotes surrounds us from a distance for a soulful evening howl.As for Miguel, he would treat her to a long stare with those soulful eyes and mutter something she did not understand.He looked at Louis, who stood aside watching Jambo out of wounded, soulful eyes.Almost without realizing it, he began to play a soulful, haunting melody.The spiritual, soulful nature of work.My lungs filled with soulful strength.I suppose I really am the soulful type.a soulful voicesoulful eyesHe looked at Louis, who stood aside watching Jambo out of wounded, soulful eyes.She had the same tall grace and was equally good looking in a gentler way with great soulful eyes.He was about fifty, Dexter supposed, with great soulful eyes and brown leathery skin.As for Miguel, he would treat her to a long stare with those soulful eyes and mutter something she did not understand.An old man, with clouds of white hair and dark, soulful eyes that had seen the mysteries of the universe.
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