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Why synonyms can be useful

Your writing can sound boring if you continually keep repeating the same words. When you create sentences, you can make them more interesting by using words that mean the same as the word you are speaking about. This allows you to add flavor to your writing.

In order to make language a lot more expressive and interesting you should try to vary the words you use as often as you can.

Synonyms for (adjective) soft

Synonyms: soft, subdued Definition: not brilliant or glaring Usage: the moon cast soft shadows; soft pastel colors; subdued lighting

Hypernyms: dull Definition: emitting or reflecting very little light Usage: a dull glow; dull silver badly in need of a polish; a dull sky

Synonyms: mild, soft, balmy Definition: mild and pleasant Usage: balmy days and nights; the climate was mild and conducive to life or growth; a soft breeze

Hypernyms: clement Definition: (of weather or climate) physically mild Usage: clement weather

Synonyms: easygoing, cushy, soft Definition: not burdensome or demanding; borne or done easily and without hardship Usage: what a cushy job!; the easygoing life of a parttime consultant; a soft job

Hypernyms: easy Definition: posing no difficulty; requiring little effort Usage: an easy job; an easy problem; an easy victory; the house is easy to heat; satisfied with easy answers; took the easy way out of his dilemma

Synonyms: soft Definition: willing to negotiate and compromise

Hypernyms: conciliative, conciliatory Definition: intended to placate Usage: spoke in a conciliating tone; a conciliatory visit

Synonyms: flabby, flaccid, soft Definition: out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance Usage: he was too soft for the army; flabby around the middle; flaccid cheeks

Hypernyms: unfit Definition: not in good physical or mental condition; out of condition Usage: fat and very unfit; certified as unfit for army service; drunk and unfit for service

Synonyms: soft Definition: yielding readily to pressure or weight

Hypernyms: fleecy, brushed, napped Definition: (of fabrics) having soft nap produced by brushing Usage: a dress of brushed cotton; a fleecy lining; napped fabrics

Hypernyms: cheeselike Definition: having the consistency of cheese

Hypernyms: compressible, squeezable Definition: capable of being easily compressed

Hypernyms: cottony Definition: resembling cotton; as soft as cotton

Hypernyms: cushioned, cushiony, padded Definition: softened by the addition of cushions or padding

Hypernyms: emollient, demulcent, softening, salving Definition: having a softening or soothing effect especially to the skin

Hypernyms: downlike, downy, flossy, fluffy Definition: like down or as soft as down

Hypernyms: flaccid Definition: drooping without elasticity; wanting in stiffness Usage: a flaccid penis

Hypernyms: flocculent, woolly, wooly Definition: having a fluffy character or appearance

Hypernyms: yielding Definition: lacking stiffness and giving way to pressure Usage: a deep yielding layer of foam rubber

Hypernyms: mushy Definition: having the consistency of mush

Hypernyms: overstuffed Definition: upholstered thickly and deeply Usage: an overstuffed sofa

Hypernyms: semisoft, softish Definition: somewhat soft

Hypernyms: spongelike, spongy, squashy, squishy Definition: easily squashed; resembling a sponge in having soft porous texture and compressibility Usage: spongy bread

Hypernyms: velvet, velvety Definition: resembling velvet in having a smooth soft surface

Synonyms: soft Definition: compassionate and kind; conciliatory Usage: he was soft on his children

Hypernyms: mellow Definition: having attained to kindliness or gentleness through age and experience Usage: mellow wisdom; the peace of mellow age

Synonyms: soft Definition: (of speech sounds); produced with the back of the tongue raised toward the hard palate; characterized by a hissing or hushing sound (as `s' and `sh')

Hypernyms: sibilant, spirant, continuant, strident, fricative Definition: of speech sounds produced by forcing air through a constricted passage (as `f', `s', `z', or `th' in both `thin' and `then')

Hypernyms: palatal, palatalised, palatalized Definition: produced with the front of the tongue near or touching the hard palate (as `y') or with the blade of the tongue near the hard palate (as `ch' in `chin' or `j' in `gin')

Synonyms: easy, gentle, soft Definition: having little impact Usage: an easy pat on the shoulder; gentle rain; a gentle breeze; a soft (or light) tapping at the window

Hypernyms: light Definition: of little intensity or power or force Usage: the light touch of her fingers; a light breeze

Synonyms: soft Definition: (of sound) relatively low in volume Usage: soft voices; soft music

Hypernyms: softened, dull, muffled, muted Definition: being or made softer or less loud or clear Usage: the dull boom of distant breaking waves; muffled drums; the muffled noises of the street; muted trumpets

Hypernyms: euphonious Definition: (of speech or dialect) pleasing in sound; not harsh or strident Usage: her euphonious Southern speech

Hypernyms: gentle Definition: quiet and soothing Usage: a gentle voice; a gentle nocturne

Hypernyms: quiet, muted, hushed, subdued Definition: in a softened tone Usage: hushed voices; muted trumpets; a subdued whisper; a quiet reprimand

Hypernyms: little, small Definition: (of a voice) faint Usage: a little voice; a still small voice

Hypernyms: low, low-toned Definition: very low in volume Usage: a low murmur; the low-toned murmur of the surf

Hypernyms: susurrant, whispering, murmuring Definition: making a low continuous indistinct sound Usage: like murmuring waves; susurrant voices

Hypernyms: murmurous, susurrous, rustling, soughing Definition: characterized by soft sounds Usage: a murmurous brook; a soughing wind in the pines; a slow sad susurrous rustle like the wind fingering the pines- R.P.Warren

Hypernyms: soft-footed Definition: sound of quiet gentle steps

Hypernyms: soft-spoken Definition: having a speaking manner that is not loud or harsh Usage: she was always soft-spoken

Synonyms: soft, piano Definition: used chiefly as a direction or description in music Usage: the piano passages in the composition

Hypernyms: pianissimo Definition: chiefly a direction or description in music; very soft

Hypernyms: pianissimo assai Definition: chiefly a direction or description in music; very soft

Synonyms: soft, gentle Definition: soft and mild; not harsh or stern or severe Usage: a gentle reprimand; a vein of gentle irony; poked gentle fun at him

Hypernyms: mild Definition: moderate in type or degree or effect or force; far from extreme Usage: a mild winter storm; a mild fever; fortunately the pain was mild; a mild rebuke; mild criticism

Synonyms: indulgent, soft, lenient Definition: tolerant or lenient Usage: indulgent parents risk spoiling their children; too soft on the children; they are soft on crime

Hypernyms: permissive Definition: granting or inclined or able to grant permission; not strict in discipline Usage: direct primary legislation is largely permissive rather than prescriptive; permissive parents

Synonyms: soft Definition: using evidence not readily amenable to experimental verification or refutation Usage: soft data; the soft sciences

Hypernyms: qualitative Definition: involving distinctions based on qualities Usage: qualitative change; qualitative data; qualitative analysis determines the chemical constituents of a substance or mixture

Synonyms: soft, delicate Definition: easily hurt Usage: soft hands; a baby's delicate skin

Hypernyms: untoughened, tender Definition: physically untoughened Usage: tender feet

Synonyms: soft Definition: (of a commodity or market or currency) falling or likely to fall in value Usage: the market for computers is soft

Hypernyms: falling Definition: becoming lower or less in degree or value Usage: a falling market; falling incomes