Softish
Softish Soft"ish, a. Somewhat soft. --De Witt Clinton. [1913 Webster]

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  • softish — soft ► ADJECTIVE 1) easy to mould, cut, compress, or fold. 2) not rough or coarse in texture. 3) quiet and gentle. 4) (of light or colour) pleasingly subtle; not harsh. 5) sympathetic or lenient, especially excessively so. 6) informal (of a job… …   English terms dictionary

  • softish — adjective see soft I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • softish — /sawf tish, sof /, adj. somewhat or relatively soft. [1580 90; SOFT + ISH1] * * * …   Universalium

  • softish — adjective Somewhat soft …   Wiktionary

  • softish — adj. somewhat soft …   English contemporary dictionary

  • softish — soft·ish …   English syllables

  • softish — adjective somewhat soft • Syn: ↑semisoft • Similar to: ↑soft …   Useful english dictionary

  • mel-1 (also smel-), melǝ- : mlē-, mel-d- : ml-ed-, mel-dh-, ml-ēi- : mlī̆-, melǝ-k- : mlā-k-, mlēu- : mlū̆ - —     mel 1 (also smel ), melǝ : mlē , mel d : ml ed , mel dh , ml ēi : mlī̆ , melǝ k : mlā k , mlēu : mlū̆     English meaning: to grind, hit; fine, ground     Deutsche Übersetzung: “zermalmen, schlagen, mahlen”, speziell Korn; from “zerrieben”… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • soft — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sōfte, alteration of sēfte; akin to Old High German semfti soft Date: before 12th century 1. a. pleasing or agreeable to the senses ; bringing ease, comfort, or quiet < the soft influences… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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