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kindred soul

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  • Given a kindred soul the two will talk and laugh by the hour.

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton

    Patrick Braybrooke
  • I did not know him long, but he was a kindred soul, and must have a place in my list of boys.

    Aunt Jo's Scrap-Bag Louisa M. Alcott
  • "To its kindred soul," was the reply which was not exactly what was first intended.

    The Four Corners in Japan Amy Ella Blanchard
  • The soul had a right to seek its kindred soul: that I could not deny.

  • I've half a mind to take you home without even an introduction, for your impudence; as though I was not a 'kindred soul.'

    Dawn Mrs. Harriet A. Adams
  • Mrs. Doss, somebody interrupted you; you were talking about a kindred soul and an attic.

    If Only etc. Francis Clement Philips and Augustus Harris
  • She no longer felt old and wise, but young and helpless before the compulsion of the kindred soul.

    Christmas Roses and Other Stories Anne Douglas Sedgwick
  • I knew she was in that mood when confession to a kindred soul is most consoling to the heart.

    The Goddess of Atvatabar William R. Bradshaw
  • She turned to her kindred soul and looked at him gently, almost wistfully.

  • M. Dorval overwhelmed Madame Arnould with attention; he had literary tastes, and recognised in her a kindred soul.

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