soft-core


soft–core

adjective \ˈsf(t)-ˈkr\

: showing or describing sex acts but not in an extremely open and shocking way

Full Definition of SOFT-CORE

of pornography
:  containing descriptions or scenes of sex acts that are less explicit than hard-core material

Origin of SOFT-CORE

1soft + hard-core
First Known Use: 1966

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