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softy

noun \ˈsf-tē\
plural soft·ies

Definition of SOFTY

1
:  a weak or foolish person
2
:  a softhearted or sentimental person

Variants of SOFTY

softy or soft·ie \ˈsf-tē\

Examples of SOFTY

  1. <a softy who usually needs someone else's strong hands to open bottles and jars>

Origin of SOFTY

1soft
First Known Use: 1863

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