Definition of Soul-stirring
1. Adjective. Exciting strong but not unpleasant emotions. "A stirring speech"
Lexicographical Neighbors of Soul-stirring
Literary usage of Soul-stirring
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. True Stories of the Great War: Tales of Adventure--heroic Deeds--exploits by Francis Trevelyan Miller (1917)
"SEEING THE WAR THROUGH A WOMAN'S EYES Soul-Stirring Description of Scenes Among the Wounded in Paris Told by (Name Suppressed) I—"THEY HAVE NOTHING LEFT—NOT ..."
2. The World's Great Classics by Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne (1900)
"His Occasional Soul-Stirring Verses In truth, there is scarcely any other literary merit. If Dryden is a skilled politician, a trained controversialist, ..."
3. Six Months on the Italian Front: From the Stelvio to the Adriatic, 1915-1916 by Julius Mendes Price (1917)
"... blight—The hull of the 20000 ton liner—The gloomy interior—The view of the Carso and Trieste through a porthole—Of soul stirring interest—Hill No. ..."