soul[ sohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF soul
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SOUL
I have never seen the soul withdrawn without a struggle with the body.
All pursuits that serve to connect the soul with the world whence it came are rejected.
When the soul was again led into the body, it related all that had happened to it.
Then I heard a voice, saying, 'Lo, the soul seeketh to ascend!'
The good bishop believed she had jeopardised her soul with divorce.
He has the soul of a merchant tailor, actually, but not the tailor's manhood.
But he was a generous man and all meanness of spirit was foreign to his soul.
The land of Phoenicia had always been a counting-house without a soul.
Everybody was drawn to her, yet not a soul took any comfort in her.
Falling from the lips of others, they dropped with conviction into my own soul.