Definition of Softish

1. Adjective. Somewhat soft.

Exact synonyms: Semisoft
Similar to: Soft



Definition of Softish

1. a. Somewhat soft.

Definition of Softish

1. Adjective. Somewhat soft. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Softish

1. somewhat soft [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Softish

softer
softest
softgoods
softhanded
softhead
softheaded
softheadedly
softheadedness
softheads
softhearted
softheartedly
softheartedness
softie
softies
softing
softish (current term)
softkill
softlifting
softling
softlings
softly
softly, softly
softly-softly
softly softly
softmodem
softmodems
softner
softners
softness
softnesses

Literary usage of Softish

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1897)
"Upon the surface of softish laminae of red hematite. Locality unknown. Flo. 6.—A series of grooved or channeled markings upon the surface of a slab composed ..."

2. ...The Cretaceous Rocks of Britain by Geological Survey of Great Britain, Alfred John Jukes- Browne, William Hill (1904)
"A well-marked layer of flints - - - - White lumpy chalk with scattered flints, more 7 0 numerous near the base - - - - - ''softish white chalk with ..."

3. Transactions by American Institute of Mining Engineers, Metallurgical Society of AIME, Society of Mining Engineers of AIME. (1897)
"Upon the surface of softish lamina; of red hematite. Locality unknown. Fro. 6.—A series of grooved or channeled markings npon the surface of a slab composed ..."

4. The Cretaceous Rocks of Britain by Alfred John Jukes-Browne, William Hill (1904)
"... more 7 0 numerous near the base - - - - - '"softish white chalk with scattered flints - 3 4 About 62 0 The upper beds are doubtless referable to what ..."

5. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"SOFT, softish, applied to damp or foggy weather. " Here's a soft day." " We've hed nobbut softish weather aall the week." Applied also to a simpleton. ..."

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