Definition of "soft-core" []

  • Mild. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "soft-core" in a sentence
  • "He appeals to a medical examiner for help, who inevitably winds up in Miriam's hands, and a pretty boring soft-core lesbian scene ensues."
  • "In their world, the expressions Christian right or Moral Majority are automatic laugh cues, and there is a huge amount of soft-core borscht-belt stuff like this (from Franken) on page 205 of The Truth:"
  • "How they expect the hardcore guideline to regulate the soft-core issue remains to be seen, though Scott Pierce, a Salt Lake City TV critic, in his response to the NBC affiliate's refusal to air the show in that city, insisted that there is far more objectionable content on broadcast television."