All Adjective Noun
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  • There are two common types of ground: hard ground and soft ground.
  • Some have a soft-start feature, meaning they build up speed gradually.
  • It is a system that provides users with a soft real-time business application.
  • Pure iron is relatively soft, but pure iron is never found in nature.
  • There's a soft spot in him that the writers have found.
  • The softest expression her rather hard young face ever knew came over it as she sat there. Cited from The Heart of Rachael, Kathleen Norris
  • The ball itself was softer to begin with, probably making home runs less likely.
  • A hard real-time operating system has less jitter than a soft real-time operating system.
  • A hard real-time operating system has less jitter than a soft real-time operating system.
  • This soft gray post-transition metal is not found free in nature.
  • He had a gentle, round face with a soft, deep voice.
  • She stopped when she saw me; and, in the softest voice she could command. Cited from Other People's Money, by Emile Gaboriau
  • One primary advantage given by the round is its consistent performance against soft targets.
  • Other research suggests that soft drinks could play a special role in weight gain.
  • A lead coin would be very soft and thus teeth marks would result.
  • Because of this, the character often shows a softer side in this part of the season.
  • The developers think the game's just right; that they're being too soft.
  • Today, a soft version is sold under the same name which follows an entirely different recipe.
  • After those recordings the group started to move towards a softer sound.
  • This is done through the means of both military and economic strength, as well as diplomatic and soft power influence.
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Meaning of soft

  • adjective Yielding readily to pressure or weight
  • adjective Compassionate and kind; conciliatory
    he was soft on his children
  • adjective (of sound) relatively low in volume
    soft voices, soft music
  • adjective Not protected against attack (especially by nuclear weapons)
    soft targets
  • adjective (of light) transmitted from a broad light source or reflected
  • adjective (of speech sounds); produced with the back of the tongue raised toward the hard palate; characterized by a hissing or hushing sound (as `s' and `sh')