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so to speak figuratively speaking; in a manner of speaking.
sotted besotted or stupefied, as with drink.
sottish stupefied from drinking too much; drunk. [2 definitions]
sotto voce in a low voice or undertone, so as not to be overheard; softly (often used as a musical direction).
sou any of various coins formerly in circulation in France.
souari any of several trees of tropical South America that bear large edible nuts and are used as timber.
soubise a sauce made of onions and melted butter.
soubrette a pert, saucy, or flirtatious maidservant or lady's maid in a comic play or opera, or the actress or singer who plays such a role.
soubriquet variant of sobriquet.
souchong a black tea from China and nearby areas.
soufflé made light and airy by whipping and baking. [2 definitions]
sough to make a murmuring, sighing, or rustling sound. [2 definitions]
sought past tense and past participle of seek.
sought-after wanted by many people but not easy to obtain.
souk in Arab or Berber countries, an open-air marketplace.
soul the spiritual dimension of human beings, regarded by some religions as immortal, and viewed as distinct from the physical body. [8 definitions]
soul food items of food traditionally eaten by Black people of the rural U.S., such as collard greens, chitterlings, and ham hocks.
soulful expressive of or characterized by deep feeling or profound emotion.
soulless having no soul. [2 definitions]
soul mate a person, usu. of the opposite sex, with whom one has a strong intimate attachment based on shared interests, values, and the like.
soul music a type of music combining elements of Black gospel and rhythm-and-blues.