softer

[ sawft, soft ]SEE DEFINITION OF softer
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He still held his big voice to a softer modulation than that to which it was habituated.

His bed was no softer in the cave, as he lay down with a stone for his pillow.

It is true, the scholar had the softer soul, but the master had the kinder.

Hence they were more glutinous than flesh, but softer than bone.

"You ask me to believe too much," said she, but her tone was softer than he had ever known it yet.

"Enough, Blanche," Mr. Laurence continued, in a softer voice.

"It isn't that alone," he declared, grave-faced still, but with a softer voice.

The clothes on your body feel smoother and softer than the finest silk.

She was more thoughtful; she looked at him with softer eyes.

And whose spirit was ever softer, sweeter or happier than that of Thomas More!