soulfulness


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soul·ful

 (sōl′fəl)
adj.
Full of or expressing deep feeling; profoundly emotional.

soul′ful·ly adv.
soul′ful·ness n.
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Noun1.soulfulness - deep feeling or emotion
feeling - the experiencing of affective and emotional states; "she had a feeling of euphoria"; "he had terrible feelings of guilt"; "I disliked him and the feeling was mutual"
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However, Fantasia's raspy soulfulness is best utilized and appreciated in the improvisational sections of 'Santa Claus Go Straight to the Ghetto' and 'Merry Christmas, Baby.
Impressed by his prior work, versatility, and the powerful soulfulness necessary to make an immediate impact, Omnicom Group's Dallas-based branch selected Ale Jay as the emerging artist to partner with for this campaign.
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While he may frustrate people with his refusal to be interviewed and insistence on reminding people of the genre's origins, the soulfulness of his output is unquestioned.
So we needed somebody who could fight, who could be physical, but also had a soulfulness because of all the tragic backstory that they have.
On it, she demonstrates her skill, soulfulness and confidence like never before.
Those looking for a fresh way to approach self-help would do well to engage with this volume, as would any group or circle working to manifest soulfulness in the modern world.
Johnson brings a stringent soulfulness and an astonishing eye for detail to vastly different, mostly first-person accounts.
He never did replicate that initial success of the brilliant Cry Baby again but as this collection proves, Mimms continued to record high quality records of serious soulfulness.
Most but not all contemporary white wines focus on freshness and purity rather than embracing aromatic integration through refined structure, soulfulness and graceful longevity.
Even more rock-fueled songs such as the "The Lesson'' seem to echo a sort of soulfulness from the rest of the album, giving the whole thing substance.
He hadn't done much when we met, he's just got an amazing face and there's an amazing soulfulness -- he brought so much to the film," Demange said.