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George tripped, falling into the soft mud.
I want to get a nice soft carpet for the bedroom.
Her skin felt soft to his touch.
There was nothing soft to cushion the fall.
A tape played some soft Neapolitan music.
The engine noise was no more than a soft hum.
Her bedroom was decorated in soft shades of pink and blue.
The soft breeze brought the scent of the roses into the room.
The houses looked pretty in the soft rain.
He must have a soft heart beneath that stern exterior.
Her soft words did not get a soft reply.
She stared up at him, a soft smile on her face.
You’re too soft – I wouldn’t let them behave like that.
They accused the minister of being soft on crime.
After losing a couple of soft games, any win was essential.
a softly lit room
He was singing softly to himself.