Meaning of SOFT in English

adj. 1 yielding, cushiony, plushy, spongy, squeezable, compressible, squashy, squashable, flexible, plastic, pliable, pliant, supple, flexile, flexuous, unstarched This mattress is much too soft for my back 2 easy, comfortable, undemanding, Colloq cushy His uncle got him a soft job at the Labour Ministry 3 gentle, mild, balmy, pleasant, moderate, warm, halcyon, springlike, summery, restful, tranquil, relaxing, lazy Alexandra was looking forward to a week in the soft Caribbean climate 4 subdued, toned or turned down, muted, low, quiet, melodious, mellifluous or mellifluent, mellow, gentle, faint, softened, soothing, smooth Riley thought she might succumb to the influences of the wine and the soft music and lights 5 easygoing, tolerant, kind, compassionate, gentle, merciful, lenient, indulgent, permissive, liberal, lax, easy, docile, tame, submissive, deferential, benign, tender-hearted, sympathetic, kind-hearted, kind Some believe that the jailers were too soft with the criminals His parents were far too soft. 6 Usually, soft in the head. foolish, silly, simple, Colloq chiefly Brit daft, US off Kevin must have gone a bit soft in the head if he thinks that Clara still loves him 7 depressed, declining, in decline, in recession, slow, unprofitable, borderline, questionable, weak Owing to the stormy, cold summer, the resort business has been soft this year 8 downy, silky, silken, satiny, furry, fluffy, feathery, fleecy, fuzzy, velvety, smooth (as a baby's bottom) The wool from the lambs is much softer 9 pastel, pale, delicate, fine, subdued, light, matte or matt, quiet, diffuse(d), soothing He wanted the bedroom painted in soft shades of greenish blue 10 harmless, non-addictive Some consider cannabis a soft drug 11 fuzzy, woolly, blurred, blurry, foggy, diffuse(d) The soft focus photos of the wedding looked very romantic 12 weak, feeble, frail, effete, delicate, non-physical, non-muscular, puny, flabby, out of training or condition or shape, pampered; namby-pamby, effeminate, unmanly, unmanful, Colloq sissified, sissy He had been out of the marines for so long they thought he had gone soft 13 easy, luxurious, pampered, rich, opulent, plush, posh, Colloq ritzy, swank(y) Since selling his business, Aubrey Quinton has been living the soft life on the Costa del Sol

Oxford thesaurus English vocab.      Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус.