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softie

and softy
1. n. a gentle person; a very agreeable person. He shouldn’t give you much trouble. He’s such a softie.
2. n. a weakling; a coward. He’s too much of a softie to fight back.
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Billy Richardson took exception to my tongue-in-cheek Diary entry about southern softies and the way the media reacts when snow falls in the Home Counties.
EDWINA Currie's tears on I'm A Celebrity showed the tough politician is just a big softie, says her best pal.
He'd love you to think he's a big, tough rapper, thanks to his gangsta past and bullet-peppered body, but 50 Cent is really a softie - when it comes to drinks, anyway.
No need for alarm, we will come to no harm,and some softie out there will be heard to declare, whoever did this needs compassion and care.
Kennel owner Terry Heath said: "He's a big softie, but if he's fed the wrong stuff he's dangerous.
Call me an old softie, but this time I'm going with the housewives.
Steve, who isn't exactly a softie, admitted the show had taken it's toll, saying: "A physical therapist has told me nerves are being pinched in my back and it is in spasms because of inflammation.
HOLLYWOOD bad-boy Colin Farrell has shown he's just a big softie at heart
SHOCK rocker Alice Cooper has branded bad-boy Eminem The Real Slim Softie.
Ramsay, naturally, hates everyone and everything: He makes ``House'' look like a softie.
No need to dash about, simply take a Super Softie, single-base option and relax in the Hostellerie des Ducs - with its outdoor pool and pretty gardens - pottering around on the bike.
FORGET all the posturing and bad-girl snarling, Cher Lloyd is a big ol' softie.
And I guess I could relate to her swagger, which tries to keep it hidden that she is actually a softie.
SIMON Cowell's mum has told how her battle with breast cancer brought out the softie in him.