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  • adjective superlative form of soft: most soft.

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Examples

  • Maureen Lipman has written a great piece on the book and on the late, great Linda's consummate skill, being funny without being nasty, "the talons gloved as they were in softest pink flannelette"

    Christmas list :The Very Best of Linda Smith

  • Maureen Lipman has written a great piece on the book and on the late, great Linda's consummate skill, being funny without being nasty, "the talons gloved as they were in softest pink flannelette"

    Christmas list :The Very Best of Linda Smith

  • The softest are the close-textured sponges; for, by the way, the so-called sponges of Achilles are harder than these.

    The History of Animals

  • CROOKS at a troubletorn jail dubbed the softest in Scotland are looking forward to a slap-up Chinese dinner.

    The Daily Record - Home

  • Although many scientists consider the social sciences to be the "softest" or "least pure" of all disciplines, the empirical evidence that Ariely uses to prove or disprove his hypotheses really brings to life these themes.

    Books

  • Although many scientists consider the social sciences to be the "softest" or "least pure" of all disciplines, the empirical evidence that Ariely uses to prove or disprove his hypotheses really brings to life these themes.

    Geek Reads v2008.5: Predictably Irrational

  • And partly because in fact even some of the allegedly "softest" sciences, namely the social sciences, actually are just as statistically replicable - and therefore just as scientifically "hard" - as physics according to one study I saw referenced in I think New Scientist.

    RRTeaching

  • Although many scientists consider the social sciences to be the "softest" or "least pure" of all disciplines, the empirical evidence that Ariely uses to prove or disprove his hypotheses really brings to life these themes.

    This Blog

  • Although many scientists consider the social sciences to be the "softest" or "least pure" of all disciplines, the empirical evidence that Ariely uses to prove or disprove his hypotheses really brings to life these themes.

    5 entries from September 2008

  • And always they sent back the taunting whistle of engineers breathing again after the perils of the "softest" place on the line.

    The Return of Blue Pete

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