money contributed to a political candidate or party that is not subject to federal regulations.
(politics) (in the US) money that can be spent by a political party on grass-roots organization, recruitment, advertising, etc; it must be deposited in a party’s non-federal (state-level) bank accounts, and must not be used in connection with presidential or congressional elections Compare hard money
soft in the head
adjective, softer, softest. 1. yielding readily to touch or pressure; easily penetrated, divided, or changed in shape; not hard or stiff: a soft pillow. 2. relatively deficient in hardness, as metal or wood. 3. smooth and agreeable to the touch; not rough or coarse: a soft fabric; soft skin. 4. producing agreeable sensations; pleasant or […]
- Soft option
noun 1. in a number of choices, the one considered to be easy or the easiest to do, involving the least difficulty or exertion
noun 1. See under palate (def 1). noun 1. Anatomy. the roof of the mouth, consisting of an anterior bony portion (hard palate) and a posterior muscular portion (soft palate) that separate the oral cavity from the nasal cavity. 2. the sense of taste: a dinner to delight the palate. 3. intellectual or aesthetic taste; […]
noun 1. any of a variety of artificial porcelains, usually incorporating glass or glass ingredients. noun 1. artificial porcelain made from clay, bone ash, etc (as modifier): softpaste porcelain