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noun
a position or policy, as in politics, that is moderate and flexible.
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Origin of soft line

First recorded in 1965–70

OTHER WORDS FROM soft line

soft-line, adjectivesoft-liner, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for soft line

soft line

noun
a moderate flexible attitude or policy

Derived forms of soft line

soft-liner, noun
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