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- n. The hands in a relaxed state, especially for a batsman to play with a dead bat, or for a fielder to catch the ball without it bouncing out.
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GungGung wrapped his big soft hands over Ruby’s lollipop-size hands on the steering wheel, and Ruby gave the car a little gas.
Miss Wu had soft hands like a true mer-princess and wore perfume that smelled like lemonade.
The augur hurned to obey; he was perhaps ten years senior to Auk, with protruding teeth and small, soft hands that had begun to bleed almost before they had left Limna.
He was somewhat effeminate with his long eyelashes, his very long, soft hands and his slim, six-foot one-inch frame.