Souls [noun]

Definition of Souls:

psyche, inspiration, energy

Opposite/Antonyms of Souls:

Sentence/Example of Souls:

The face of the maid that served him had been no heaven for the souls of dead flowers.

I see; there must a lot of them have died here, but their souls didn't go far, did they now?

When souls have loved, there is no falsehood or forgetfulness.

It is tragic how few people ever ‘possess their souls’ before they die.

Receive with meekness the engrafted word, which is able to save your souls.

Only thus can we keep our souls saved, and only thus also can we follow the flashes from above.

On the part of both there is an out-going of souls in this direction that may be said to be peculiar to Ireland.

These were all that were ever saved from the two schooners, which must have had near a hundred souls on board them.

In the beginning of the century Roubaix numbered 8000 souls only.

She was a small, but a fast schooner, and had about forty souls on board.