Definition of softish in US English:

softish

adjective

  • See soft

    • ‘Caerphilly is a moist, whole-milk cheese with a crumbly, softish texture and a mild, acid tang, which was a favourite of Welsh miners.’
    • ‘The new mix of news, features and interviewers in a softish approach with the ‘cover’ story at the end, changed.’
    • ‘But most experts - including David Smith, the Sunday Times economics editor - predict a softish landing.’
    • ‘There was greyness for a moment, and then a softish rose light.’
    • ‘The scones were slightly warm, butter softish and jam acceptable.’
    • ‘Mix in 175 ml - 200 ml cold water - enough to make a softish dough.’

Pronunciation

softish

/ˈsôftiSH//ˈsɔftɪʃ/