Definition of soulfulness in English:

soulfulness

Pronunciation /ˈsəʊlfʊlnəs/ /ˈsəʊlf(ə)lnəs/

noun

See soulful

  • ‘I think his strong points are really the soulfulness of his playing and the directness of his lyrics that really come from the heart.’
  • ‘Grunwald has admired old blues music since he was 10 years old, immediately drawn to the soulfulness of the genre.’
  • ‘Some are almost mechanical, others merely sweet - the inspired wood thrush sings with a certain soulfulness.’
  • ‘With his world-weary eyes and solitary habits, he gives Pépé a soulfulness and depth unusual for a movie gangster.’
  • ‘His taste was impeccable; his soulfulness was real; his artistry was beyond belief.’

Pronunciation

soulfulness

/ˈsəʊlfʊlnəs/ /ˈsəʊlf(ə)lnəs/