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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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Also like the Colt softie, this P-38 clone can be field-stripped like the original.
The softie also sports an integrally molded rail in the bottom of the frame, just ahead of the trigger guard.
Softie is backing its Zune player with both a strong partner and innovative features.
He's a large, gentle animal, he's lovely and he's a very hand-some boy, but a big gentle softie.
DRAGONS' Den Mr Nasty Duncan Bannatyne claims he's really a big softie who cries easily.
SHE'S described as a big softie, but Tilly, a tan crossbreed, needs a new home.
But still you human softie, In spite of things like that.
We don't get the sense that, underneath all that cool, the Fonz is a home-loving softie.
The fact is, the man is a softie with a genuine sense of humor and a love of old practical jokes.
EDWINA Currie's tears on I'm A Celebrity showed the tough politician is just a big softie, says her best pal.
I'VE always had a thing for reformed Hollywood bad boy Colin Farrell - and I always thought he was a big softie at heart.
As a southern softie myself, I was a founder member of the Holme Valley Mountain Rescue team and I have photos of myself on Bleaklow in deep snow that would make you wet your pants.
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.