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Example sentences from the Web for soft spot
For a brief moment, it looked like Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) was going to admit to a soft-spot for fashion.
He'd always had a soft-spot, the one soft-spot in his makeup, for beautiful women.Disaster Revisited|Darius John Granger
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Idioms and Phrases with soft spot
A weak or vulnerable point, as in That's the soft spot in his argument. [Mid-1900s]
have a soft spot for. Have a tender or sentimental feeling for, as in Grandpa had a soft spot for Brian, his first grandson. This expression, first recorded in 1753 as “a soft place in one's heart,” uses soft in the sense of “tender.”