It went fair between the ribs, and Buckskin fell back dead, with softy on the top of him.
The heap of money made a deep impression in the softy downy bed.
The constable looked into the room, and watched the "softy" groping for his garments in the moonlight.
He was rich and kind, or rather as she told me "he was a softy."
Repressing her rebellious emotions, Lady Isabel glided partly down the staircase, and softy called to the butler.
The "softy" appeared presently, leading the horse by the bridle.
He gave it to you because he was a softy and went to bits when you played off the sick kid on him.
"But he won't be back just yet awhile," said the "softy," grinning.
Mr. Grimstone had, as I have said, already made himself acquainted with all the haunts affected by the "softy."
They stood facing each other for a moment, and then softy sprang at him.
A person who is amiably and quickly compliant; someone easy to cajole and victimize: You are a patsy, a quick push, a big softie (1886+)