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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.

softy

verb
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Unlike the airsoft 1911A1, the P-38 softie bears realistic wartime markings.
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.
Perhaps I should mention to you that a large number of southern softies went over the top in the first world war carrying a rifle and bayonet and got killed," he says, as well as being prominent for their contribution in the Second World War.
Available in a range of flavours including caramel, cappuccino and vanilla, Softies have a texture similar to traditional hand broken fudge.
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FOR a brochure containing further information and a booking form write to: Cycling for Softies Holiday, Reader Services Department, Evening Telegraph, Corporation Street, Coventry, CV1 1FP.
FOR a brochure and booking form for either holiday write to: Charm of the Cotswolds or Cycling for Softies, Reader Services Department, Evening Telegraph, Corporation Street, Coventry, CV1 1FP.
Cycling For Softies have holidays for all fitness levels.
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Despite their butch names, Arnie and Tyson are in fact big cuddly softies according to administrator Tracey Hammond.
BRITONS are sentimental softies, it was claimed yesterday.
BRITAIN is becoming a nation of softies when it comes to drinking.
They are just softies and haven't been taught to be aggressive.
West Hartlepool's director of rugby, Mark Ring, accused them of being softies in a brutal game at Bath last week - and the champs came off the ropes to escape with a Anglo Welsh Cup draw at Llanelli in midweek.