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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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The success of orthodontic treatment is frequently related to the improvement gained in the patient's facial appearance, which includes the soft tissue profile and since there is considerable variation in the soft tissue covering the face.
Based on the surgery, the soft tissue repair global market is segmented into open surgery and minimally invasive surgery.
Advancement of technology with its wide application areas shows that soft tissue repair market has vast opportunities in the coming years.
The global soft tissue repair market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.
RESULTS: A total of 16 malignant soft tissue tumors out of a total of 562 malignant tumors of all types were included in the present study for final analysis.
lar anomalies esophageal lesions and emphysema may occur5 which also result in the increase of pre- vertebral soft tissue width.
Dinosaurs' iron-rich blood, combined with a good environment for fossilization, may explain the amazing existence of soft tissue from the Cretaceous, a period that lasted from about 65.
We report Photorhabdus infection in a 49-year-old Australian man who had fever and soft tissue infections of his right hand and left thigh in February 2006 (Figure 1).
MRI provides superior soft tissue contrast, allows multiplanar image acquisition, eliminates exposure to ionizing radiation, obviates the need for ionic contrast agents, and is not associated with streak artifacts, as are seen with computed tomography (CT).
Researchers have long known that phase-contrast X-ray imaging can yield stunning pictures of soft tissue.
The method is unsuitable for soft tissue in unconverted forms, for example, jumbo reels, and all other types of paper and paperboard.
Soft tissue injuries such as muscle-tendon strains, ligament sprains, and other overtraining injuries occur often among runners.
The company's products operate at lower temperatures than traditional electrosurgical or laser surgery tools and enable surgeons to remove, shrink or sculpt soft tissue and to seal bleeding vessels.
Warmup exercises, such as stretching and light jogging, can help minimize the chance of muscle strain or other soft tissue injury during sports.
If you bend over at the waist to pick up a 5-kilogram (11 pound) bag, it places 50 kilograms (110 pounds) of weight on the soft tissue of the spine