softening in Indonesisch
no, not a slightest crackling from a fire could penetrate Scrooge’s heart with its softening influence, and gave a freer passage to his tears.
Yet, when her arms were flung round his neck, and her fingers strayed through his hair, he softened and kissed her with real affection.
As she thus lamented, a voice called out to her, "What ails the daughter of the King? You weep in such a way as to soften even a stone."
but sadness softens the heart and makes us seek the friendship of the humble as a refreshing shelter. Tchernoff, on the contrary, looked at Desnoyers as though he had known him all his life.
in order to soften the enemies that were threatening them with their bayonets. A brawny Teuton came up to Desnoyers sticking onto his back. It was Redbeard.
"Forgive me, I did think that, too, at the time," whispered Alyosha, and he did not add one softening phrase.
"I was rude to him just now," he repeated with a sinking, softened voice.
As I'd hoped, his frown softened into a small smile.
Behind that veil, behind that softened phantasm of the mighty life without, he could hear the rise of spring.
Ay, and so mad was I, even that night I was minded to betray thee: but I thought-not yet, not yet; to-morrow he may soften.
having a softening or soothing effect especially to the skin: emollient, salving, soft, demulcent
the process of becoming softer: maceration, activity, action, natural process, natural action