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    Tugged soul

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    What's the meaning of "tugged at his soul", It's a idiomatic expression? In what case do you use frequently?

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    Re: Tugged soul

    I think it's a literary expression, not a common idiom. You probably found it in a novel or a poem, or something similar. I would understand it to mean that something made him feel sad or melancholic.

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