Definition of Softies

1. Noun. (plural of softie) ¹



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Definition of Softies

1. softie [n] - See also: softie

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Softies

softens
softens up
softer
softest
softgoods
softhanded
softhead
softheaded
softheadedly
softheadedness
softheads
softhearted
softheartedly
softheartedness
softie
softies (current term)
softing
softish
softkill
softlifting
softling
softlings
softly
softly, softly
softly-softly
softly softly
softmodem
softmodems
softner
softners

Literary usage of Softies

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1. Childhood by Alice Christiana Thompson Meynell (1913)
"... softies of fas mothe u^^r^ I. TOYS EVEN when we are about buying for a child the pretty toy, one thing we always say—"And yet children love their ugly ..."

2. The Mediaeval Stage by Edmund Kerchever Chambers (1903)
"But in several examples these figures are a string of Narren, and the matter of the verses is in the satirical vein of the softies 3. ..."

3. The Mediaeval Stage by Edmund Kerchever Chambers (1903)
"Of the later and regular softies, the most famous are those written by Pierre ... They share, however, with the softies their fundamental idea of the ..."

4. Gaston Olaf by Henry Oyen (1917)
""Pardon me, my friend," he said, puzzled, "but let's have that over again. What was it you said about the 'softies' ?" "Why, I just said there'd ..."

5. Curiosities of Literature by Isaac Disraeli, Benjamin Disraeli (1858)
"Mysteries are to be distinguished from Moralities and Farces, and softies. Moralities are dialogues where the interlocutors represented feigned or ..."

6. Representative English Comedies: With Introductory Essays and Notes, an by Charles Mills Gayley, Alwin Thaler (1903)
"And a like effect might naturally be expected to have been exercised by the softies of the contemporary enfants sans souci; for, through the fourteenth and ..."

7. The Monthly Review by Henry Newbolt, Charles Hanbury-Williams (1902)
"Among the mad folk," replied that dark woman bitterly —" a pack of slavering softies." "A pack of slavering softies maybe," retorted Andra' Gilray ..."

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