Definition Of soft
(of a drink) not alcoholic.
all they had was ginger ale and a few other soft drinks
easy to mold, cut, compress, or fold; not hard or firm to the touch.
having a pleasing quality involving a subtle effect or contrast rather than sharp definition.
the soft glow of the lamps
I can just speak soft and she'll hear me
sympathetic, lenient, or compassionate, especially to a degree perceived as excessive; not strict or sufficiently strict.
the administration is not becoming soft on crime
Example Of soft
a soft day
a soft wine
A gentle hand brushed across her forehead and a soft voice whispered soothingly into her ear.
About half an hour later we had another quiet dinner, the soft clank of utensils the only sound in the stillness.
Also present is a considerable background of soft radiation, which apparently is also x-radiation of non-solar or terrestrial origin.