Soul-he in a sentence

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How to use soul-he in a sentence. Soul-he pronunciation.

If the meeting on the "cape crowned with a peculiar diadem," and the final interview in the "antique oratory" had never happened or happened otherwise; if he had not "quivered" during the wedding service at Seaham; if a vision of Annesley and Mary Chaworth had not flashed into his soul,-he would have taken no pleasure in devising these incidents and details, and weaving them into a fictitious narrative.
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I' the breast of Gifford Crayshaw. John Mortimer was pleased when he saw his girls laughing over this effusion, but anxiety still weighed heavily on his soul-he did not live on any hope of his own, rather on Emily's hope and on a kiss.
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Well, then,' said the Baron, 'these three gentlemen are here for a special purpose: one helps the body-he's called a physician; another helps the soul-he's a parson; the other helps the understanding-he's a lawyer.
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He has no soul-he cannot talk to me-he never reads-he has no thought except as to what he will eat and what he will drink.
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In his soul-in the very depths of his soul-he knew that he had acted in a base, cruel, cowardly manner, and that the knowledge of this act of his must prevent him, not only from finding fault with any one else, but even from looking straight into other people's eyes; not to mention the impossibility of considering himself a splendid, noble, high-minded fellow, as he did and had to do to go on living his life boldly and merrily.
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Jimmie tried to hide what was going on; and of course-poor, naive soul-he had never learned to hide anything in his life, and now was too late to begin.
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Examples of Soul-he

Example #1
He took himself too seriously to invent and dwell lovingly on the acts and sufferings of an imaginary Byron.
Example #2
Byron suffered or enjoyed vivid dreams, and, as poets will, shaped his dreams, consciously and of set purpose, to the furtherance of his art, but nothing concerning himself interested him or awoke the slumbering chord which was not based on actual fact.
Example #3
He perceived how completely but for his father's companionship he had all his life been alone.
Example #4
Tyrants avaunt! henceforth to me Whose Harrow'd heart beats faster, The coach shall as the coachman be, And Butler count as master.
Example #5
The speaker then made a sign to the lawyer, who went out of the door.
Example #6
I want to right the wrong I have done you before I die.