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Soft Commodity

A commodity that is grown. Soft commodities include most agricultural products; examples include sugar, corn, and wheat. See also: Hard commodity.
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Then the Count turned, after looking at my face attentively, and said in a soft whisper, "Yes, I too can love.
Then, in a flash, I perceived that all had the same form of costume, the same soft hairless visage, and the same girlish rotundity of limb.
I will bear only a garland of our fairest flowers; these will I wind about him, and their bright faces, looking lovingly in his, will bring sweet thoughts to his dark mind, and their soft breath steal in like gentle words.
Then he went back again into the jungle and in a few minutes reappeared with a quantity of soft grasses and ferns.
I will seek this same Friar of Fountain Abbey tomorrow day, and I warrant I will get upon the soft side of him, even if I have to drub one soft.
and perhaps what made her laugh was something I was unconscious of, but she did laugh suddenly now and then, whereupon I screamed exultantly to that dear sister, who was ever in waiting, to come and see the sight, but by the time she came the soft face was wet again.
So I see, my dear," answered another voice, soft and womanly.
An instant later he heard the soft sound of a fur-clad body and padded feet scaling the outer wall behind the hut and then a tearing at the poles which formed the wall.
During a brief lull in the conversation his clear, soft voice suddenly reached Trent's ears.
From amid the rustling leaves she peeped out at me and made soft sounds.
He was a fool; he had been made drunken by a woman's face and by a woman's soft, white hands.
I read the Minutes through a soft medium of maize-colored skirts.