the bottom or under surface of the foot.
the corresponding under part of a shoe, boot, or the like, or this part exclusive of the heel.
the bottom, under surface, or lower part of anything.
the underside of a plane.
Golf. the part of the head of the club that touches the ground.
verb (used with object), soled, soling.
to furnish with a sole, as a shoe.
Golf. to place the sole of (a club) on the ground, as in preparation for a stroke.
(prenominal) being the only one; only
(prenominal) of or relating to one individual or group and no other: sole rights on a patent
(law) having no wife or husband See also feme sole
an archaic word for solitary
the underside of the foot related adjectives plantar volar
the underside of a shoe
the bottom of a furrow
the bottom of a plough
the underside of a golf-club head
the bottom of an oven, furnace, etc
to provide (a shoe) with a sole
(golf) to rest (the club) on the ground, as when preparing to make a stroke
noun (pl) sole, soles
any tongue-shaped flatfish of the family Soleidae, esp Solea solea (European sole): most common in warm seas and highly valued as food fishes
any of certain other similar fishes
The underside of the foot.
noun, plural solei [soh-lee-ahy] /ˈsoʊ liˌaɪ/ (Show IPA), soleuses. 1. a muscle in the calf of the leg, behind the gastrocnemius muscle, that helps extend the foot forward.
adverb 1. as the only one or ones: solely responsible. 2. exclusively or only: plants found solely in the tropics. 3. merely: She wanted solely to get out of the house for a while. adverb 1. only; completely; entirely 2. without another or others; singly; alone 3. for one thing only
adjective 1. grave, sober, or mirthless, as a person, the face, speech, tone, or mood: solemn remarks. 2. gravely or somberly impressive; causing serious thoughts or a grave mood: solemn music. 3. serious or earnest: solemn assurances. 4. characterized by dignified or serious formality, as proceedings; of a formal or ceremonious character: a solemn occasion. […]
verb (used with object), solemnified, solemnifying. 1. to make solemn: to solemnify an occasion with hymns and prayers. verb -fies, -fying, -fied 1. (transitive) to make serious or grave