from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. One of two persons compatible with each other in disposition, point of view, or sensitivity.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of soulmate.

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  • n. someone for whom you have a deep affinity


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  • 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).

    You Suck

  • 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.

    Morgan’s Run


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  • Agh. Promise Keepers. *sigh*

    July 3, 2009

  • And don't forget the restraining order.

    I guess the folks over at the Promise Keepers, to which Gov. Sanford belongs, had better change their locks, too.

    July 3, 2009

  • "... Here is The Practical Guide to Help Spurned Political Wives Survive Old Problems in the Era of New Technology....
    2. When there’s an Associated Press bulletin quoting your husband saying that he has found his soul mate but he’s going to try to fall back in love with you, change the locks. (At your second home, too.)"
    —Maureen Dowd, "Rules of the Wronged," New York Times, June 30, 2009

    July 2, 2009