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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of besoul.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Ensouled; endowed with a soul.
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From all this it follows that soul is an actuality or formulable essence of something that possesses a potentiality of being besouled.
The difference between animate and inanimate bodies is identical with the difference between besouled bodies and bodies lacking souls.
Since nothing except what is alive can be fed, what is fed is the besouled body and just because it has soul in it.
Its ghost, in the many textbooks devoted to it, lacks just the quality of logic which made and besouled it.
Richter reasons as follows: "Suppose a statue besouled for two days.
Let's get on top of a surfboard and ride it "-- while many fans felt cheated by the early reveal that Buffy's former one true love, the besouled vampire Angel, was behind the mask of her current foe.
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