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soldier a person who serves in the army, esp. an enlisted person as opposed to an officer. [3 definitions]
soldierly of, relating to, or fitting for a soldier.
soldier of fortune a military adventurer willing to serve any employer; mercenary. [2 definitions]
soldiery soldiers collectively or in a certain body. [3 definitions]
sole1 single and alone, not one among others; only. [2 definitions]
sole2 the undersurface of something that comes in contact with the ground, esp. the foot, a shoe, or the like. [2 definitions]
sole3 any of various marine flatfishes, esp. those used for food.
solecism a gross violation of convention in grammar, etiquette, or the like; impropriety.
solely without any others; alone. [2 definitions]
solemn serious or grave in appearance, sound, or mood. [3 definitions]
solemnify to make solemn or gravely serious.
solemnity the condition or quality of being grave or serious. [2 definitions]
solemnize to carry out the formalities of performance required by (an occasion). [3 definitions]
solenoid a coil of wire, usu. in spiral form, that produces a magnetic field when electricity flows through it. [2 definitions]
soleplate the underside or ironing surface of a clothes iron.
sole proprietor a single person who owns a business and legally bears responsibility for its debts and other financial obligations.
sole proprietorship a business that is owned by a single person who legally bears responsibility for its debts and other financial obligations.
soleus a muscle in the back of the leg of humans and some other mammals that runs from the knee to the heel and is involved in walking and standing.
sol-fa in music, the syllables "do," "re," "mi," "fa," "sol," "la," and "ti," used to denote the tones of a diatonic scale in any key. [3 definitions]
solfatara a volcanic fissure that gives off sulfurous vapors and steam.
solfeggio in music, the use of the sol-fa syllables in singing exercises, sight-reading, or the like; solmization. [2 definitions]