soulmate

soulmate 1822 (as soul mate, first attested in Coleridge, from SOUL (Cf. soul) (1) + MATE (Cf. mate) (n.). One-word form is from early 20c.

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  • soulmate — UK [ˈsəʊlˌmeɪt] US [ˈsoʊlˌmeɪt] noun [countable] [singular soulmate plural soulmates] someone who you have a special relationship with because you share the same feelings, attitudes, and beliefs a political/​philosophical soulmate …   Useful english dictionary

  • soulmate — ► NOUN ▪ a person ideally suited to another …   English terms dictionary

  • Soulmate — For other uses, see Soulmate (disambiguation). Relationships T …   Wikipedia

  • soulmate — UK [ˈsəʊlˌmeɪt] / US [ˈsoʊlˌmeɪt] noun [countable] Word forms soulmate : singular soulmate plural soulmates someone who you have a special relationship with because you share the same feelings, attitudes, and beliefs a political/philosophical… …   English dictionary

  • soulmate — soul|mate [ soul,meıt ] noun count someone who you have a special relationship with because you share the same feelings, attitudes, and beliefs: a political/philosophical soulmate …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • soulmate — soul mate n. One of two persons compatible with each other in disposition, point of view, or sensitivity. * * * …   Universalium

  • soulmate — noun Someone with whom one has a special, almost spiritual connection …   Wiktionary

  • soulmate — see soul mate …   English dictionary

  • soulmate n — One foot was looking for another foot to marry because it wanted a sole mate …   English expressions

  • soulmate — noun a person ideally suited to another …   English new terms dictionary

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