\ ˈsōld \

Definition of souled

: having a soul : possessing soul and feeling usually used in combination whole-souled repentance

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And the other is Frank Ocean's Blonde, a great-souled mess: striking and draggy, purposeful and oblique, an integrated repository of hundreds of small ideas, uninterested in winning all the stakes in the old way. Ben Ratliff, Esquire, "How 2016 Brought Chaos to Music," 2 Dec. 2016 After the horrifying events at the end of Season 4, when a domestic terrorist killed an American live on the Internet, the dead-souled Underwoods agreed their best strategy for victory was exploiting the horror of the attack. Kristi Turnquist,, "'House of Cards' Season 5 offers political drama only slightly less wild than the real thing," 25 May 2017

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First Known Use of souled

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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to set apart or to segregate

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