- the subclass of nondurable goods as represented especially by textile products, as clothing, fabrics, and bedding.
Origin of soft goods
First recorded in 1890–95
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Examples from the Web for soft goods
He'd always been fond of the stage, that Mayor, but through bein' in the soft-goods line never could find time to go on.The Golden Butterfly
- textile fabrics and related merchandise
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