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Expressing or appearing to express deep and often sorrowful feeling.‘she gave him a soulful glance’
emotional, deep, deeply felt, profound, fervent, heartfelt, sincere, passionateView synonyms
- ‘Its ears were long and brown and smooth, and its eyes were deep brown and soulful.’
- ‘He shook his head, pushing my hair out of my face so I was looking deep into his soulful eyes.’
- ‘However, Byrne manages to suggest more than he actually shows, and his soulful expression conveys a good deal.’
- ‘What struck him the most though were her gorgeous, expressive, soulful, pale blue eyes.’
- ‘They were a deep, soulful grey which made any beholder know she was sincerely listening to you.’
- ‘MacDonald has a beautiful voice and a soulful expression, and plays Grace perfectly.’
- ‘Everything seems so artificial, and not soulful and not passionate.’
- ‘Fenix glanced at her, his soulful gaze locking with hers in that instant.’
- ‘Her voice has grown a bit deeper, but mostly it's been enriched with a soulful breathiness and grit.’
- ‘He had the same cute face and dirty blonde hair, the same deep, soulful brown eyes.’
- ‘Her voice was deep and soulful, urgent and serious, velvety.’
- ‘Our lips meet in a deep soulful kiss filled with passion and longing.’
- ‘His eyes sort of changed when he said it, the coldness was replaced with something deep and soulful.’
- ‘Alicia's soulful voice only adds a deeper intensity to each of the songs' lyrics.’
- ‘So much time had already passed between them, so many moments, stolen glances and soulful looks.’
- ‘She looked Vincent in the eyes, her deep brown eyes soulful and serious.’
- ‘The Adagio of this quartet is typically soulful, emotionally wrenching music.’
- ‘Silent and soulful, Gerardo seeks emotional connection in liaisons with other men.’
- ‘He locked gazes with me again and the level of emotions swimming in his soulful eyes actually made me gulp.’
- ‘He has a killer voice that's deep, powerful, soulful and just generally pretty outstanding.’
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