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soft touch

noun as in gullible person

adjective as in generous; gullible

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Example Sentences

If we have an armed crowd, we might say, we’ll have a soft touch at the front.

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The former vice president is not known as a soft touch, but for a brief moment in 2011, he seemed to hold Clinton in high regard.

From their very beginning the Dead played frequent benefit concerts and were known as a “soft touch” in San Francisco.

Because the top editor at the top newspaper in the world should offer a shoulder to cry on and a soft touch, above all else.

So far, Krekshi has decided to proceed with a soft touch, and members of the Tripoli city council have supported him.

She learned to imitate Charley, in curbing his impetuosity; and he chafed less at her soft touch upon the rein.

I can feel the soft touch of her hands that smoothed my head when I was a boy.

At that moment he felt a soft touch upon his hand, and he saw Fanny looking at him through the tears that still flowed.

Her cool, soft touch soothed his irritated nerves and brought refreshing peace to his restless mind.

But their intent listening made sure of more than one soft touch, straying in search of the mechanism.


On this page you'll find 232 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to soft-touch, such as: free, kind, prodigal, beneficent, benevolent, and bighearted.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.