[soh-lair; Spanish saw-ler]
- Padre An·to·nio [ahn-taw-nyaw] /ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/, 1729–83, Spanish organist and composer.
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Related Wordsexclusive, lone, remaining, solitary, ace, solo, separate, one, single, individual, particular, only, unique
Examples from the Web for soler
Biden met with Soler in October as well, and tweeted about it.Raul Castro Reaches Out to Obama, But Don’t Call It a Thaw
Eli Lake, Josh Rogin
December 11, 2013
Clare is supposed to have been the Soler hall of Chaucers Tale.Cambridge
Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker
The upper chamber or soler has a good fireplace and chimney-piece of stone, with deeply splayed windows.
As he was retiring he beheld his faithful chamberlain Soler defending himself valiantly against six Moors.Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada
It has the hall with its great door and arched traceried window, and at the one end a chamber and soler over it.Scenes and Characters of the Middle Ages
Edward Lewes Cutts