adj. 25B6; adjective
soft fruit : MUSHY, squashy, pulpy, pappy, slushy, squelchy, squishy, doughy; informal gooey; Brit. informal squidgy.
soft ground : SWAMPY, marshy, boggy, miry, oozy; heavy, squelchy.
a soft cushion : SQUASHY, spongy, compressible, supple, springy, pliable, pliant, resilient, malleable.
soft fabric : VELVETY, smooth, fleecy, downy, furry, silky, silken, satiny.
a soft wind : GENTLE, light, mild, moderate.
soft light : DIM, low, faint, subdued, muted, mellow.
soft colours : PALE, pastel, muted, understated, restrained, subdued, subtle.
soft voices : QUIET, low, faint, muted, subdued, muffled, hushed, whispered, stifled, murmured, gentle, dulcet; indistinct, inaudible.
soft outlines : BLURRED, vague, hazy, misty, foggy, nebulous, fuzzy, blurry, indistinct, unclear.
he seduced her with soft words : KIND, gentle, sympathetic, soothing, tender, sensitive, affectionate, loving, warm, sweet, sentimental, mushy, slushy; informal schmaltzy.
she's too soft with her pupils : LENIENT, easy-going, tolerant, forgiving, forbearing, indulgent, clement, permissive, liberal, lax.
(informal) he's soft in the head : FOOLISH, stupid, simple, brainless, mindless; mad, scatterbrained, feather-brained; slow, weak, feeble; informal dopey, dippy, dotty, scatty, loopy; Brit. informal daft; Scottish & N. English informal glaikit.
hard, firm, rough, strong, harsh, lurid, strident, sharp, strict, sensible.