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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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Some soft-core baseballs can actually increase the risk of injury because they weigh more; the greater the mass, the greater the force of impact and risk of injury.
He plans to develop it in the near future into a hybrid exhibition space, perhaps along the lines of earlier site-specific undertakings such as his Spiritual America Gallery, 1983, a New York storefront where visitors encountered a single soft-core photograph of a prepubescent Brooke Shields, or his 1993 First House project in Los Angeles, for which he transformed an unoccupied and stripped-down home into a gallery of sorts.
Their slick, oiled bodies and the warm, fleshy light, combined with his cheesy mustache and her long straight hair, give the photograph a '70s soft-core feel.
The stories are sexy without the standard trappings of soft-core.
Faustus Lights the Lights, from 1939, it also leans on a soft-core bondage movie from 1964, Olga's House of Shame - a typical Wooster fusion, each unlike drama sounding chords in the text of the other.
Under John Rando's manic direction, it's a low-rent, soft-core La Ronde that does for the Manhattan bedroom what Ishtar did for the Sahara.
Nor does Waters fail to appropriate aspects of his favorite films, ranging from the grotesque Tony Richardson-Jean Genet collaboration Mademoiselle to William Castle's The Tingler to the soft-core porn film Inga.
There are several vivid fight scenes, a crazed stalker, even a decapitation--and fans of soft-core stuff will appreciate the number of opportunities Jensen provides his humpy pioneers to shuck their clothing and the several scenes in which our hero spills more than apple seeds.