American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One of two persons compatible with each other in disposition, point of view, or sensitivity.
- n. alternative spelling of soulmate.
- n. someone for whom you have a deep affinity
“And so I am his shameless White Devil Juliet and he is my sweet Ninja Romeo (unless Ninjas are also Japanese, in which case I will have to look some shit up for metaphors because the only thing Chinese I can think of right now is Dim Sum, and I believe it's disrespectful to refer to your soul mate in terms of finger food).”
“Despite that quarrel with Zachariah Clark in Cape Town, Captain Sinclair had recognized a soul mate in rapacity; no sooner had Clark moved onto Alexander’s quarterdeck than Sinclair started inviting the contractor’s agent to share his sumptuous dinners—in return for a blind eye about rum.”
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