soul patch


Definition of soul patch

: a small growth of beard under a man's lower lip

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MoviePass had just 20,000 members when Lowe joined in June 2016 with an undisclosed stake, a fresh hypothesis about disruption, and a techie wardrobe topped off with the facial hair configuration known as a soul patch. Kyle Stock,, "How Two Million People Loved MoviePass Nearly to Death," 16 May 2018 Defending champion Eva Samkova, who stenciled on a red-white-and-blue moustache and soul patch to represent her country, the Czech Republic, skidded across the line for bronze. Eddie Pells,, "Lindsey Jacobellis still doesn't have an Olympic gold medal, placing fourth in snowboard cross," 15 Feb. 2018 The sleek black mammal with the white soul patch, native to Earth’s chilliest waters, is at the center of environmental change. Jennifer S. Holland, Smithsonian, "A Whale’s Baleen Bristles Reveal the Story of Its Life," 1 Sep. 2017

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1991, in the meaning defined above

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