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solemore about sole


  6  definitions  found 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Sol  \Sol\  Sole  \Sole\,  n.  [From  hydrosol  an  aqueous  colloidal 
  solution,  confused  with  G.  sole,  soole,  salt  water  from  which 
  salt  is  obtained.]  (Chem.) 
  A  fluid  mixture  of  a  colloid  and  a  liquid;  a  liquid  colloidal 
  solution  or  suspension. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Sole  \Sole\,  a.  [L.  solus,  or  OF  sol,  F.  seul  (fr.  L.  solus; 
  cf  L.  sollus  whole,  entire.  Cf  {Desolate},  {Solemn}, 
  {Solo},  {Sullen}.] 
  1.  Being  or  acting  without  another;  single;  individual;  only. 
  ``The  sole  son  of  my  queen.''  --Shak. 
  He  be  sure  .  .  .  first  and  last  will  reign  Sole 
  king.  --Milton. 
  2.  (Law)  Single;  unmarried;  as  a  feme  sole. 
  {Corporation  sole}.  See  the  Note  under  {Corporation}. 
  Syn:  Single;  individual;  only;  alone;  solitary. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Sole  \Sole\,  n.  [AS.  sole,  fr  L.  soolea  (or  rather  an  assumed 
  L.  sola),  akin  to  solumround  soil,  sole  of  the  foot.  Cf 
  {Exile},  {Saloon},  {Soil}  earth,  {Sole}  the  fish.] 
  1.  The  bottom  of  the  foot;  hence  also  rarely,  the  foot 
  The  dove  found  no  rest  for  the  sole  of  her  foot. 
  --Gen.  viii. 
  Hast  wandered  through  the  world  now  long  a  day  Yet 
  ceasest  not  thy  weary  soles  to  lead.  --Spenser. 
  2.  The  bottom  of  a  shoe  or  boot,  or  the  piece  of  leather 
  which  constitutes  the  bottom. 
  The  ``caliga''  was  a  military  shoe,  with  a  very 
  thick  sole,  tied  above  the  instep.  --Arbuthnot. 
  3.  The  bottom  or  lower  part  of  anything  or  that  on  which 
  anything  rests  in  standing.  Specifially: 
  a  (Agric.)  The  bottom  of  the  body  of  a  plow;  --  called 
  also  {slade};  also  the  bottom  of  a  furrow. 
  b  (Far.)  The  horny  substance  under  a  horse's  foot,  which 
  protects  the  more  tender  parts 
  c  (Fort.)  The  bottom  of  an  embrasure. 
  d  (Naut.)  A  piece  of  timber  attached  to  the  lower  part 
  of  the  rudder,  to  make  it  even  with  the  false  keel. 
  e  (Mining)  The  seat  or  bottom  of  a  mine;  --  applied  to 
  horizontal  veins  or  lodes. 
  {Sole  leather},  thick,  strong,  used  for  making  the  soles  of 
  boots  and  shoes,  and  for  other  purposes. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Sole  \Sole\,  n.  [F.  sole,  L.  solea;  --  so  named  from  its  flat 
  shape.  See  {Sole}  of  the  foot.]  (Zo["o]l.) 
  a  Any  one  of  several  species  of  flatfishes  of  the  genus 
  {Solea}  and  allied  genera  of  the  family  {Soleid[ae]}, 
  especially  the  common  European  species  ({Solea 
  vulgaris}),  which  is  a  valuable  food  fish. 
  b  Any  one  of  several  American  flounders  somewhat  resembling 
  the  true  sole  in  form  or  quality,  as  the  California  sole 
  ({Lepidopsetta  bilineata}),  the  long-finned  sole 
  ({Glyptocephalus  zachirus}),  and  other  species. 
  {Lemon},  or  {French},  {sole}  (Zo["o]l.),  a  European  species 
  of  sole  ({Solea  pegusa}). 
  {Smooth  sole}  (Zo["o]l.),  the  megrim. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Sole  \Sole\,  v.  t.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Soled};  p.  pr  &  vb  n. 
  To  furnish  with  a  sole;  as  to  sole  a  shoe. 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
  adj  1:  not  divided  or  shared  with  others  "they  have  exclusive  use 
  of  the  machine";  "sole  rights  of  publication"  [syn:  {exclusive}, 
  2:  being  the  only  one  single  and  isolated  from  others  "the 
  lone  doctor  in  the  entire  county";  "a  lonesome  pine";  "an 
  only  child";  "the  sole  heir";  "the  sole  example";  "a 
  solitary  instance  of  cowardice";  "a  solitary  speck  in  the 
  sky"  [syn:  {lone(a)},  {lonesome(a)},  {only(a)},  {sole(a)}, 
  n  1:  the  underside  of  footwear  or  a  golfclub 
  2:  lean  flesh  of  any  of  several  flatfish  [syn:  {fillet  of  sole}] 
  3:  the  underside  of  the  foot 
  4:  right-eyed  flatfish;  many  are  valued  as  food;  most  common  in 
  warm  seas  esp.  European 
  v  :  put  a  new  sole  on  "sole  the  shoes"  [syn:  {resole}] 

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