Definition of soulful
: full of or expressing feeling or emotion soulful music
soulfullyplay \ˈsōl-fə-lē\ adverb
Examples of soulful in a Sentence
a handsome actor with soulful eyes
Recent Examples of soulful from the Web
She is backed up by the Bookman Styles Band in her presentation of music that ranges from soulful classics to urban contemporary.
The legacy and signature soulful sound of Atlanta’s visionary hip-hop production crew Organized Noize.
The lyrics express hurt, defiance and anger, much of which Chambers expressed in a siren wail that recalled the soulful fervor of singers like Bettye LaVette or Janis Joplin.
In addition, other soulful classics from well known artists will be performed.
And one day a vision worthy of the series’ soulful glimpses of oceanic life materialized directly below me in the form of a giant manta ray.
In Orland Park, vocalist Sam Fazio will perform soulful jazz for the free Concerts in the Park series from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The show will be held at Crescent Park, 9705 W. 142nd Street, near the 143rd Street Metra Station.
These include Annie Potts’ shockingly overpriced therapist and Raoul Bhaneja’s soulful barfly, Nate.
Clearly, Allman's soulful music soundtracked multiple generations' ups and downs.
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Definition of soulful for English Language Learners
: full of or expressing feeling or emotion
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