Common misspellings for soul:
youall, somw, solil, scedual, goul, sturli, scool, smoll, houla, doul, you'lll, soler, woul, swchool, somlia, sfour, dosal, cousul, 450sl, youo'll, youl, solor, usaul, soufle, sociel, soold, soicol, roual, soilt, ou'll, soliey, ouwl, you'l, skool, socal, sloar, ner'zul, seell, youll, skul, sovel, soulve, gasoil, sovle, ssale, scoool, soureal, sibl, soun, soiol, roul, poul, soiil, usul, sou, soif, sufle, sowly, wohl, soel, samul, soug, scoil, visuol, sumular, souer, sould, you1ll, socila, shoul, suould, you'all, souldd, soeul, syyle, rasul, sochal, shouel, visul, sodl, soley, swel, coul, soial, soloar, soell, scoul, selli, souled, suual, seously, serouly, seduel, cousl, soloo, shuol, solly, seagul, soile, suely, soult, souhd, sroll, you''ll, woule, misol, wouel, soud, shul, sorly, wouil, suom, souroll, souful, soonly, socual, soulth, soarl, schual, sachool, souflee, loual, soulld, woull, shoule, seeyou, solel, schiool, zoui, solial, selll, coucil, stiool, usaull, oul, sowou, soium, slowl, soph, sequle, houl, simoular, ciould, casul, soily, soaler, socel, soloy, sosial, socil, seual, sioal, sersouly, ussuly, soalr, soulion, noyl, usuel, souk, hoursl, ssbl, usauly, saale, joul, soely, squel, useuly, solum, yourl, sociol, 1samuel, toul, sql2000, soll, sollo, souly, sedual, souil, symol, soarly, soull, soucil, senual, cousel, bouwl, socail, squil, sociual, souuld, usouly, scedul, solley, sollem, saul, soiler, souley, syour, scoll, sooul, samula, soully, staul, selual, woula, boul, you'le, sollow, sollar, fosel, schoel, yourll, stull, suold, souild, soaly, sotle, samual, sofl, soudl, seould, sol, sameul, solutio, soal, scioal, youi'll, soliel, soue, sout, soule, zoul, socuila, useul, wourl, sicual, smool, coucel, stioll, spull, souble, sosal, ciuld, sotly, soceal, slowle, usuaul, scehule, squal, souh, sousal, somel, somoli, ussual, sool, ciouple, youle, srule, sofly, soyou, seule, sorley, wsould, easiuly, stoool, soyour, souva, xould, schoul, souel, sryle, solut, sesorly, socuial, soudly, wioul, soylen, guol, usaual, wiul, useual, cyul, sul, solour, nasul, nouel, resoul, rouhly, russul, samuil, sch00l, sell1, seiour, seouls, seioruly, sigual, siowly, sociil, socla, socol, suol, solal, soally, soules, sous, sousia, sutul, wousl, syou, your'll, sccusal, saccusal, schillea, sachillea, scholia, sacholia, schylia, sachylia, scicula, sacicula, sculea, saculea, scyl, sacyl, saecial, seolia, saeolia, sgile, sagile, sgilely, sagilely, sglaia, saglaia, sglow, saglow, sail, sailey, sioli, saioli, saisle, sou k, xoul, spul, s0ul, s9ul, so7l, asoul, zsoul, szoul, xsoul, sxoul, dsoul, wsoul, sioul, skoul, sokul, sloul, solul, spoul, sopul, s0oul, so0ul, s9oul, so9ul, soyul, souyl, sohul, souhl, sojul, soujl, so8ul, sou8l, so7ul, sou7l, soupl, soulp, souol, soulo, souul, 3oul, qoul, sgul, smul, snul, so5l, soql, sewul, sowul, s oul, so ul, sou l.
Definition of soul:
- a secular form of gospel that was a major Black musical genre in the 1960s and 1970s; " soul was politically significant during the Civil Rights movement"
- deep feeling or emotion
- To afford suitable sustenance.
- The spiritual, rational, and immortal part in man; that part of man which enables him to think, and which renders him a subject of moral government; -- sometimes, in distinction from the higher nature, or spirit, of man, the so- called animal soul, that is, the seat of life, the sensitive affections and phantasy, exclusive of the voluntary and rational powers; -- sometimes, in distinction from the mind, the moral and emotional part of man's nature, the seat of feeling, in distinction from intellect; -- sometimes, the intellect only; the understanding; the seat of knowledge, as distinguished from feeling. In a more general sense, " an animating, separable, surviving entity, the vehicle of individual personal existence."
- The seat of real life or vitality; the source of action; the animating or essential part.
- The leader; the inspirer; the moving spirit; the heart; as, the soul of an enterprise; an able general is the soul of his army.
- Energy; courage; spirit; fervor; affection, or any other noble manifestation of the heart or moral nature; inherent power or goodness.
- A human being; a person; -- a familiar appellation, usually with a qualifying epithet; as, poor soul.
- A pure or disembodied spirit.
- To indue with a soul; to furnish with a soul or mind.
- The spiritual and immortal part in man; the essential part of a person's identity; that part of man's nature where feelings, ideals, and morals center; the necessary or central part of anything; as, the soul of art; a person who leads and inspires; as, the soul of the company; any trait which indicates a noble nature, such as courage; a person; as, not a soul was there.
- That part of man which thinks, feels, desires, etc.: the seat of life and intellect: life: essence: internal power: energy or grandeur of mind: a human being, a person.
- The spiritual part of man; life; essence; magnanimity; a person.
- The spiritual nature of man.
- The vital principle; essence or life of anything.
- Nobleness; generosity.
- The spiritual part of man, the seat of reason and conscience; the intellectual principle, or understanding; the vital principle; spirit; essence; life; internal power; a person; animal life; active power; courage; heart; a familiar compellation.
- The thinking, spiritual, and immortal being in man; that part of man which enables him to think and reason, and which distinguishes him from the brutes; heart; vital principle; essence or chief part; internal power; a living intellectual creature; spirit; energy or grandeur of mind; disposition or appetite; the inspirer of any action, or leader of an enterprise; used as a familiar appellation for a person, as a poor soul, a good soul.