Full of or expressing deep feeling; profoundly emotional.(adjective)
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Use "soulful" in a sentence
"Lute pleaded in soulful tones while she studied her chances for escape."
"After a while, tired of agreeing, he starts to bring in soulful and long-breathing notes more typical of the cello, until the flute is compelled to take up such notes as well."
""I always thought I was a colorblind reader," she writes, "until I read this novel, and that ultimate cliche of black life that is inscribed in the word soulful took on a new weight and sense for me.""