- n the underside of footwear or a golf club
- n lean flesh of any of several flatfish
- n the underside of the foot
- n right-eyed flatfish; many are valued as food; most common in warm seas especially European
- v put a new sole on
sole the shoes
- s not divided or shared with others
sole rights of publication
- s being the only one; single and isolated from others
the sole heir
the sole example
- A new plastic sole that may go a long way toward solving the shoe shortage was announced last week.
- Mathematics was his sole strong point: When Einstein quit school at the age of 15, his teacher claimed there was nothing left to teach him.
- These are the most serious signals to date about the state of relations between the world's sole remaining superpower and its sole up-and-coming superpower.
- Barack Obama in allvoices
President Obama says that through this agency, "we'll combine under one roof the consumer protection functions that currently are divided among half a dozen different agencies. Now there will be one agency whose sole job will be to look out for...
- George Steinbrenner in Washington Post
As I pledged just a few days ago,owner George Steinbrenner said in a statement, "I will do everything within my power to support . . . this team. The sole mission of this organization is to win a world championship."
- Arlen Specter in Forbes
I would suggest respectfully to the president that he is not the sole decider,Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., said during a hearing on Congress' war powers amid an increasingly harsh debate over Iraq war policy.