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soft·core

or soft-core  (sôft′kôr′, sŏft′-)
adj.
1. Being less explicit than hard-core material in depicting or describing sexual activity: softcore pornography.
2. Moderate: a softcore sports fan.

soft-core

adj
(of pornography) suggestive and titillating through not being totally explicit or detailed

soft′-core′



adj.
sexually provocative without being explicit.
[1965–70]
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