soulful

[sohl-fuhl]
adjective
of or expressive of deep feeling or emotion: soulful eyes.

Origin:
1860–65; soul + -ful

soulfully, adverb
soulfulness, noun
unsoulful, adjective
unsoulfully, adverb
unsoulfulness, noun
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soulful (ˈsəʊlfʊl)
 
adj
ironic sometimes expressing profound thoughts or feelings: soulful music
 
'soulfully
 
adv
 
'soulfulness
 
n

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Example sentences
Between bad vibes and the threat of injury, the soulful aspect of surfing
  disappears.
Warm, colorful restaurant serves soulful food from around the world.
After your stay, you'll leave with the kind of insight only soulful places can
  provide.
Far from being the grave and soulful songbird which his gleeful enemies used to
  lampoon.
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