soft-spoken

[ sawft-spoh-kuh n, soft- ]SEE DEFINITION OF soft-spoken
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I don't wonder that girl is such a meek, soft-spoken kind of thing.

I leave the sneaking off to them soft-spoken chaps you're thinking of.

She acknowledged too some fear of this quiet, soft-spoken frontiersman.

These soft-spoken guys are the kind I lay off, believe you me!

She is as soft-spoken as a wind-harp swinging in an abbey door.

I could have put a knife into her, for all that she's a pleasant, soft-spoken lady.

I fingered my lips warningly, and in soft-spoken French asked where I could hide.

He looked gentle, good-natured; he was soft-spoken; he gave an impression of kindness.

He had been the soft-spoken pirate; the bond-slave of honesty.

"Not very good; wish I had my rifle," came the soft-spoken reply.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SOFT-SPOKEN

courteous

adjectivegentle, mannerly
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