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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 Texas legislature is a little more soft-hearted.
As when I was first handed the wrinkly, pink, screaming thing that was my daughter, I understood what it was I loved about the Soft-Hearted Scientists the very first time I encountered them.
While it is easy to blame the system, the schools, or soft-hearted parents, Furui says that in his experience parental neglect is not the cause.
But when Kaplow hires a soft-hearted call girl to keep his pet jinx from straying, all bets are off.
The Magic Sign are betting to a feather-plucking 126 per cent too, the soft-hearted old buzzards.
Sheppard is settling into the Centre's high-vaulting acoustic, playing tricks on the ears with his diamond soprano, or nuzzling his reed up to the lobes when on soft-hearted tenor.
Soft-hearted but with a sharp humour, Caulfield is a superb storyteller, possessing an enviable ability to extract the comic from the most mundane of circumstances.
As choreographer, New York City Ballet Artistic Director Peter Martins shifts between austerity bordering on coldness, as in much of his full-length Swan Lake, and a soft-hearted, romantic sensibility, as in Them Twos and Valse Triste.
Even late-l9th century jurists--hardly a soft-hearted lot-came down hard on landowners who held poorly-kept or dangerous property where children, for one reason or another, were drawn to play and were injured.
30pm ENTERTAINMENT The soft-hearted Scouser meets a pair of geriatric Labradors who are completely inseperable.
Although she was very influenced by her Republican father, Hillary also agreed with her soft-hearted Methodist mother, who thought people should do all the good they can for as many people as they can.
The soft-hearted singer added that she's also turned down offers to make any public appearances on a host of talk shows as her way of showing solidarity with Syria, the Arab world and the tragic conditions they are currently going through.
Soap stalwart Derek Martin, who played Walford's soft-hearted cabbie for 11 years, was one of five characters axed three years ago in a show overhaul.