a means of gradually accustoming wild animals to a new environment before releasing them into it
noun 1. a comparatively unaggressive, melodic style of rock-‘n’-roll in which the arrangement and lyrics are emphasized more than the beat.
- Soft-rock geology
[sawft-rok, soft-] /ˈsɔftˌrɒk, ˈsɒft-/ noun 1. geology dealing with sedimentary rocks.
noun 1. milt (def 2).
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 […]