ensoul

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en·soul

 (ĕn-sōl′)
tr.v. en·souled, en·soul·ing, en·souls
1. To endow with a soul.
2. To place, receive, or cherish in the soul.

en·soul′ment n.
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ensoul

(ɪnˈsəʊl) or

insoul

vb (tr)
1. (Theology) to endow with a soul
2. (Theology) to cherish within the soul
enˈsoulment, inˈsoulment n
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en•soul

(ɛnˈsoʊl)

v.t.
to endow with a soul.
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ensoul


Past participle: ensouled
Gerund: ensouling

Imperative
ensoul
ensoul
Present
I ensoul
you ensoul
he/she/it ensouls
we ensoul
you ensoul
they ensoul
Preterite
I ensouled
you ensouled
he/she/it ensouled
we ensouled
you ensouled
they ensouled
Present Continuous
I am ensouling
you are ensouling
he/she/it is ensouling
we are ensouling
you are ensouling
they are ensouling
Present Perfect
I have ensouled
you have ensouled
he/she/it has ensouled
we have ensouled
you have ensouled
they have ensouled
Past Continuous
I was ensouling
you were ensouling
he/she/it was ensouling
we were ensouling
you were ensouling
they were ensouling
Past Perfect
I had ensouled
you had ensouled
he/she/it had ensouled
we had ensouled
you had ensouled
they had ensouled
Future
I will ensoul
you will ensoul
he/she/it will ensoul
we will ensoul
you will ensoul
they will ensoul
Future Perfect
I will have ensouled
you will have ensouled
he/she/it will have ensouled
we will have ensouled
you will have ensouled
they will have ensouled
Future Continuous
I will be ensouling
you will be ensouling
he/she/it will be ensouling
we will be ensouling
you will be ensouling
they will be ensouling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ensouling
you have been ensouling
he/she/it has been ensouling
we have been ensouling
you have been ensouling
they have been ensouling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ensouling
you will have been ensouling
he/she/it will have been ensouling
we will have been ensouling
you will have been ensouling
they will have been ensouling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ensouling
you had been ensouling
he/she/it had been ensouling
we had been ensouling
you had been ensouling
they had been ensouling
Conditional
I would ensoul
you would ensoul
he/she/it would ensoul
we would ensoul
you would ensoul
they would ensoul
Past Conditional
I would have ensouled
you would have ensouled
he/she/it would have ensouled
we would have ensouled
you would have ensouled
they would have ensouled
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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