Softie



noun
1.
softy.
noun, plural softies. Informal.
1.
a person easily stirred to sentiment or tender emotion.
2.
a person who lacks stamina or endurance.
3.
a person who lacks strength of character; a silly or foolish person.
noun (pl) softies
1.
(informal) a person who is sentimental, weakly foolish, or lacking in physical endurance
soft-core

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