Definition of the windows of the soul in English:

the windows of the soul


  • The eyes.

    • ‘I can't remember who said it, but we have been told that the eyes are windows on the soul.’
    • ‘The only other male member of the cabin crew was a very appealing young lad by the name of Ian, with dark eyes there were true windows on the soul and some really kissable lips.’
    • ‘I was staring into his pupils, the windows on the soul, but all I saw was blankness.’
    • ‘Eyes, in Minority Report, are literally windows on the soul, and the soul is that which yearns for brand-name fulfillment.’
    • ‘Said to be the windows on the soul, your eyes are often the first thing people notice about you.’