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Noun: sole  sówl
  1. The underside of footwear or a golf club
  2. Lean flesh of any of several flatfish
    - fillet of sole
  3. The underside of the foot
  4. Right-eyed flatfish; many are valued as food; most common in warm seas especially European
Adjective: sole  sówl
  1. Not divided or shared with others
    "sole rights of publication";
    - exclusive
  2. Being the only one; single and isolated from others
    "the sole heir";
    - lone, lonesome, only, solitary
Verb: sole  sówl
  1. Put a new sole on
    "sole the shoes";
    - resole

Sounds like: sold, sol

Derived forms: soles, soling, soled

See also: single, unshared

Type of: area, bottom, bushel [US], doctor [informal], fix, flatfish, food fish, furbish up, mend, region, repair, restore, touch on, underneath, underside, undersurface

Part of: club head, clubhead, club-head, family Soleidae, foot, footgear, footwear, golf-club head, human foot, pes, Soleidae

Encyclopedia: Sole, William