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George tripped, falling into the soft mud.
A tape played some soft Neapolitan music.
The engine noise was no more than a soft hum.
He must have a soft heart beneath that stern exterior.
a softly lit room
He was singing softly to himself.
This is the British English definition of soft. View American English definition of soft.
the long central part of a church where people sit