softish


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softish

(ˈsɒftɪʃ)
adj
rather soft
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Adj.1.softish - somewhat soft
soft - yielding readily to pressure or weight
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The way he quickened in softish ground was very good.
The only previous time he's contested that level he ran well to be a close fourth in the Juddmonte International at York, where we feel the muddling pace and softish ground didn't help him.
The softish ground will help and he is probably the most solid of those at the head of the market.
Hearts hit Celts with two goals inside the first 20 minutes then scored from a softish penalty five minutes after the interval.
He went up another 10lb for that win, but the combination of softish ground and a longer trip suggests the result can be the same today.
Right Step thrives on softish ground but has a terrible record on the Knavesmire.
The perspective is unique, with such entries as this at Marble Bar, the 'Hottest Place on Earth': 'people can melt, especially if they're softish and a bit runny to start with.
Those runs were both over a mile on softish ground so while it has been dry, watering by officials at HQ should hopefully mean the Rowley Mile is not too quick.
I believe it's good to softish ground which should be ideal for him," he told At The Races.
I was a bit disappointed with her at Newbury on softish ground, but that was a different sort of soft ground.
The softish ground probably blunted her speed and she can make further progress on a quicker surface.
The softish ground should suit but the Lancashire trainer is a bit concerned over his draw in nine.