Another word for soft

Adjective

soft - yielding readily to pressure or weight

piano, soft - used chiefly as a direction or description in music

Example:- the piano passages in the composition

soft, sonant, voiced - produced with vibration of the vocal cords

Example:- a frequently voiced opinion

soft - not protected against attack (especially by nuclear weapons)

Example:- soft targets

soft - compassionate and kind; conciliatory

Example:- he was soft on his children

soft - (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')

soft - (of sound) relatively low in volume

Example:- soft voices

diffuse, diffused, soft - (of light) transmitted from a broad light source or reflected

soft - willing to negotiate and compromise

soft - using evidence not readily amenable to experimental verification or refutation

Example:- soft data

indulgent, lenient, soft - tolerant or lenient

Example:- indulgent parents risk spoiling their children

gentle, soft - soft and mild; not harsh or stern or severe

Example:- a gentle reprimand

flabby, flaccid, soft - out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance

Example:- he was too soft for the army

cushy, easygoing, soft - not burdensome or demanding; borne or done easily and without hardship

Example:- what a cushy job!

soft, subdued - not brilliant or glaring

Example:- the moon cast soft shadows

balmy, mild, soft - mild and pleasant

Example:- balmy days and nights

easy, gentle, soft - having little impact

Example:- an easy pat on the shoulder

delicate, soft - easily hurt

Example:- soft hands

soft - (of a commodity or market or currency) falling or likely to fall in value

Example:- the market for computers is soft

Adverb

easy, soft - in a relaxed manner; or without hardship

Example:- just wanted to take it easy

Tweets containing the word soft

Source : WordNet