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Synonyms for soft

Synonyms for soft

yielding easily to pressure or weight; not firm

not irritating, strident, or loud

free from severity or violence, as in movement

of small intensity

of a kindly, considerate character

having only a limited ability to learn and understand

characterized by reduced economic activity

affording pleasurable ease

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yielding readily to pressure or weight

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compassionate and kind

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(of sound) relatively low in volume

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easily hurt

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produced with vibration of the vocal cords

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not protected against attack (especially by nuclear weapons)

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used chiefly as a direction or description in music

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(of light) transmitted from a broad light source or reflected

(of speech sounds)

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(of a commodity or market or currency) falling or likely to fall in value

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using evidence not readily amenable to experimental verification or refutation

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tolerant or lenient

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soft and mild

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having little impact

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out of condition

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willing to negotiate and compromise

not burdensome or demanding

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mild and pleasant

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not brilliant or glaring

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in a relaxed manner

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Retailers who work with Soft Solutions and KSA will benefit from the outstanding combination of skill sets that this partnership provides," said Jeremy Hollows, Managing Director of the company's operations in the United Kingdom and Northern Europe.
We are currently in the process of working with Soft Solutions on the next generation of multi-core server processors," said Intel's Yves Aillerie, in charge of the retail market at Intel France.
5 : not strong or forceful : gentle <soft breezes> <a soft touch>
Soft drinks provide about 7 percent of the average American's calories and 9 percent of teens' calories.
Figure 2 shows the hardening kinetics of three different soft TPUs.
This court challenge represented the first major test for BCRA, since most observers felt that the court must uphold the law's central pillars--the ban on soft money and the rules governing the financing of candidate-specific issue advocacy--for BCRA to be effective.
Because a hard crab will kill and eat a soft crab, the shedding tanks must be carefully watched 'round the clock and the shedding crabs removed to another tank.
According to the National Soft Drink Association (NSDA), a lack of physical activity and other factors, such as a person's race, age, and gender, are also responsible for the increase in overweight U.
Resection of a significant portion of the soft palate is often required during radical excision of large oropharyngeal tumors.
They had differing opinions, as well, on the relative difficulty of spike marks produced by spikes or the indentations produced by soft spikes.
Designers now have the option of adding a graduated hardness section to a door panel--a door pull or airbag door, for example--rather than a thick layer of soft material over something hard.
Slatebond says it can make parts as soft as 15 Shore A hardness.
Translation: national government is corrupt largely because of soft money and by clamping down on soft money, political corruption will shrivel.
The 200 mg saquinavir soft-gel capsules are beige, opaque, soft gelatin capsules imprinted with "ROCHE" and "0246".
There is a fair amount of undesignated soft communitarianism about these days, and it signifies the emergence of an important sort of thinking.