Soled



noun
1.
the bottom or under surface of the foot.
2.
the corresponding under part of a shoe, boot, or the like, or this part exclusive of the heel.
3.
the bottom, under surface, or lower part of anything.
4.
Carpentry.

the underside of a plane.
soleplate.

5.
Golf. the part of the head of the club that touches the ground.
verb (used with object), soled, soling.
6.
to furnish with a sole, as a shoe.
7.
Golf. to place the sole of (a club) on the ground, as in preparation for a stroke.
adjective
1.
(prenominal) being the only one; only
2.
(prenominal) of or relating to one individual or group and no other: sole rights on a patent
3.
(law) having no wife or husband See also feme sole
4.
an archaic word for solitary
noun
1.
the underside of the foot related adjectives plantar volar
2.
the underside of a shoe
3.

the bottom of a furrow
the bottom of a plough

4.
the underside of a golf-club head
5.
the bottom of an oven, furnace, etc
verb (transitive)
6.
to provide (a shoe) with a sole
7.
(golf) to rest (the club) on the ground, as when preparing to make a stroke
noun (pl) sole, soles
1.
any tongue-shaped flatfish of the family Soleidae, esp Solea solea (European sole): most common in warm seas and highly valued as food fishes
2.
any of certain other similar fishes

sole (sōl)
n.
The underside of the foot.

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