1. Not bound or fastened or gathered together
2. Not carefully arranged in a package
3. Not fixed firmly or tightly
4. Not restrained or confined or attached
5. Not tense or taut; SYN. slack.
6. Not compact or dense in structure or arrangement
7. Not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting
8. (Of a ball in sport) Not in the possession or control of any player
9. (Of textures) Full of small openings or gaps; SYN. open.
10. Freely producing mucus
1. Having a full and pleasing flavor through proper aging; SYN. mellowed.
2. Having attained to kindliness or gentleness through age and experience; SYN. mellowed.
3. Having or suggesting softness and richness in quality; SYN. mellowing.
melting / meltɪŋ /
Causing to melt; becoming melted.
mild / maɪld /
Moderate in type or degree or effect or force; far from extreme
pliant / plaɪənt /
ETYM French pliant, p. pr. of plier to bend. Related to Ply.
1. Capable of plying or bending; readily yielding to force or pressure without breaking; flexible; pliable; lithe; limber; plastic.
2. Easily influenced for good or evil; tractable.
pulpy / pʌlpi /
Like a pulp; not having stiffness.
silken / sɪlkən /
ETYM as. seolcen, seolocen.
1. Of or pertaining to silk; made of, or resembling, silk.
2. Soft; delicate; tender; smooth; silky.
soft / sɑːft /
1. Lacking in hardness relatively or comparatively.
2. Metaphorically soft
3. Of sound; relatively low in volume
4. Of speech sounds; characterized by a hissing or hushing sound (as 's' and 'sh').
supple / sʌpl̩ /
ETYM Old Eng. souple, French souple, from Latin supplex suppliant, perhaps originally, being the knees. Related to Supplicate.
1. Pliant; flexible; easily bent.
2. Bending to the humor of others; fawning; obsequious.