Definitions for soulfulˈsoʊl fəl
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full of or expressing deep emotion
"soulful eyes"; "soulful music"
Full of emotion and vigor
Full of soul.
Soulful, an album by Dionne Warwick, was released in 1969 on Scepter Records. It was the first of Warwick's Scepter albums that did not directly involve her longtime production and songwriting team of Burt Bacharach and Hal David being produced by Warwick and Chips Moman and comprising covers of Soul or what were considered Soul-influenced Pop songs designed to showcase Warwick as more of an R&B singer than had her collaborations with Bacharach and David.
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Small is beautiful only if it soulful and heart-touching to the noble minds.
[She's] really soulful, has cool, raspy kind of voice I dig listening to her sing.
Supervise your life, supervision means super-vision. Develop a vision of broadened horizons, deeper perspectives and neither jump to conclusions, nor jump to judgements impulsively without a 360 degree view. Have soulful eyes, MickeyMize.
The best find is that it is not the people with the mind but the FOOLS who make fun of a person with a soulful heart; because if they had a brain in their head, then it would rather and better train them to differentiate between the right and the wrong to know who is truly good to them on one’s part.
You know, when you have access to that kind of information you get a side to someone that no one really ever sees. You see the family man, you see how loving he was, and I think that Bradley really brings that heart, that balance between him as the military man but also this soulful, loving father. it was a keyhole into that life.
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