a person who flatters or cajoles, especially for reasons of self-interest or personal advantage:
a soft-soaper specializing in rich, elderly women.
noun 1. a solder fusible at temperatures below 700°F (370°C), generally an alloy of lead and tin.
adjective 1. (of persons) speaking with a soft or gentle voice; mild. 2. (of words) softly or mildly spoken; persuasive. adjective 1. speaking or said with a soft gentle voice 2. able to persuade or impress by glibness of tongue
noun 1. a weak or vulnerable position, place, condition, etc.: a soft spot in their fortifications; a soft spot in the economy. 2. emotional susceptibility: a soft spot for dogs and babies. noun 1. a sentimental fondness (esp in the phrase have a soft spot for) soft spot n. See fontanel. 1. A weak or […]
noun 1. any of numerous ticks of the family Argasidae, lacking a dorsal shield and having the mouthparts on the underside of the head.