Having a soft skin; specifically, in zoology, malacodermatous.
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Use "soft-skinned" in a sentence
"Instead, they went after the lesser-known "petits ma î tres" (mainly 18th-century French paintings, 17th - through early 19th-century Italian and French sculptures), usually following their private tastes for soft-skinned, sensuous women and muscular naked men, whether suave and still or erotically writhing."
"In addition, the audit details how IRI bought six armored vehicles and four "soft-skinned" vehicles for $689,500 without getting prior approval from the State Department's grants officer."
"Modern armies were dependent on massive amounts of logistical support, and that meant a steady flow of trucks between the railheads and the front lines to reinforce and resupply the steady movement of tanks and soft-skinned vehicles at the front."