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n. (plural of sole English)

  1. n. a colloid that has a continuous liquid phase in which a solid is suspended in a liquid [syn: colloidal solution, colloidal suspension]

  2. (Roman mythology) ancient Roman god; personification of the sun; counterpart of Greek Helios

  3. the syllable naming the fifth (dominant) note of any musical scale in solmization [syn: soh, so]

  4. [also: soles (pl)]


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Usage examples of "soles".

They cut abruptly into a side aisle, the soles of their tabi giving them fair purchase on the slick, reflective floor.

The abuse, or even the use, of wine was chastised by fourscore strokes on the soles of the feet, and in the fervor of their primitive zeal, many secret sinners revealed their fault, and solicited their punishment.

With the slightest shift of his own foot, the hard leather soles of his loafers would bruise her.

Bucket thoughtfully came and warmed the soles of his boots, first one and then the other, at the fire.

This is naturally and healthfully present in the soles of the feet and the palms of the hands.

Flushes of heat and a burning sensation on the soles of the feet and palms of the hands are experienced.

As the disease progresses, during the day the circulation is sluggish, the feet and hands are cold, but at night the pulse is accelerated, and a burning sensation is felt in the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet.

I would be slipperless, lest those satiny soles be heard sliding along the stone floors.

What comes first to mind when I recall the place are those sharp tiny stones in the streets, like tacks, which too often made their way through the soles of my boots.

The whole dance consisted in a sort of hopping and twisting aside of the feet, soles up, and with every hop Maximov slapped the sole of his foot with his hand.

Though her bare feet stung from gravel, specks of which were imbedded in her soles, she felt exhilarated, free and with a goal.

To those watching from outside, it was still the ceiling, and the players were standing on the wall, the soles of their shoes presented to the onlookers.

They even checked the folds of their clothing and the soles of their tabi, searching for a fragment of glass from the Hall, but found none.

She wore slippers, the upper parts of which still adhered to the soles only by miracle.