It would be 'saft,' no doubt, climbing the Law, but the bonfire must be lighted.
That he had "lee'd" to no purpose and got a "saft" name for it was a blow to his pride.
His banes is but saft yet, There wasna a dry steek on him or he wan half the lenth o' the first bout.
Moreover, it was an indirect rebuke to the “saft” way the others acted about her.
Glad to see ye baith looking sae weel—it's ay a saft night when we are about.
She arrived at Golspie, an open motor-car was waiting for her, and it was saft.
Come round here, Mr. Walkinshaw,—I trow yell fin this a saft easy seat,—well do I ken what it is to be saddle-sick mysel.
He's but a saft ane; but I fear he'll no hae onything on him this time.
It was one of the 'saft days' common in the Highlands, and, not being ducks, the two households had remained within doors.
Dinna think though I hae been saft wi' you a' along, that I'll ay be like that.