Definition of souled in US English:

souled

adjective

  • See soul

    in combination ‘she was a great-souled character’
    • ‘It doesn't make any difference whether this action originated in spite, or in a higher souled attempt to maintain the standard of Australian art.’
    • ‘Thus a souled, and we mean "potentially fully souled", individual is likely to encounter and interact more with other souled humans.’
    • ‘Great souled priests full of wise counsel and abundant pastoral mercies.’
    • ‘All the band members are souled out for Jesus and it shows in thier playing and singing!’
    • ‘He called human beings double souled animals.’