Definition of Softing
1. soft [v] - See also: soft
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Softing
Literary usage of Softing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sermons by Hugh Blair (1822)
"There his mind regains its serenity; the agitation of passion is calmed; and a softing balm is infused into the wounds of the spirit . ..."
2. Sermons by Hugh Blair (1822)
"There his mind regains its serenity ; the agitation of passion is calmed; and a softing balm is infused into the wounds of the spirit . ..."
3. Etching & Etchers by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1868)
"... is recommended not to be discouraged, if on trying a receipt it should not exactly answer his purpose ; a few trials in adding the hard or the softing ..."
4. Curious Questions in History, Literature, Art, and Social Life: Designed as by Sarah Hutchins Killikelly (1886)
"The manufacture of thimbles was introduced into England from Holland, in 1695, by John softing. 231. THE MOORS. In the Middle Ages, all the Mohammedans were ..."
5. The New World of Science: Its Development During the War by Robert Mearns Yerkes (1920)
"The American practice is to heat the glass in a muffle to the softing point and then to press it into the desired shape for grinding and polishing. ..."