Definition of Soulmates

1. Noun. (plural of soulmate) ¹



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Definition of Soulmates

1. soulmate [n] - See also: soulmate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soulmates

souled
soules
soulful
soulfully
soulfulness
soulfulnesses
soulili
soulilis
soulish
soulless
soullessly
soullessness
soullessnesses
soullike
soulmate
soulmates (current term)
souls
soulsick
soulster
soulsters
soulstress
soulstresses
soum
soumed
souming
soumings
soums
sound-alike
sound-alikes

Literary usage of Soulmates

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1. Do Black Women Hate Black Men? by A. L. Reynolds (1994)
"If we haven't found soulmates before the third club, something is wrong. I always give my number to at least three or four women before I get to the fourth ..."

2. Film Folk: "close-ups" of the Men, Women, and Children who Make the "movies" by Robert Leicester Wagner (1918)
"If these disclosures disillusion our distant soulmates, I doubt that they will affect in the least the aspirant who wishes to act, for probably he is ..."

3. Global Infatuation: Explorations in Transnational Publishing and Texts : the by Eva Hemmungs Wirtén (1998)
"Heroine and hero are soulmates, not sexmates, and they live by a romantic ideal of elevated "spiritual love." Emphasizing the virtues of ..."

4. The Message of the Stars: An Esoteric Exposition of Medical and Natal by Max Heindel, Augusta Foss Heindel (1918)
"... for the conventionalities, highly impatient of any human restraint upon his liberty and committed to the theory of affinities, soulmates and free-love, ..."

5. The Great Limbaugh Con: And Other Right-Wing Assaults on Common Sense by Charles M. Kelly (1994)
"They are all soulmates in the same right wing political movement. They have finally created an investment market that is worldwide and totally free for the ..."

6. Water Hazard by John Gunn (1995)
"soulmates. But they barely looked at each other. They were like two wolves, circling. And that creep, Serrano. Oh, he was flashing eyes and smiles all right ..."

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