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When he was still Belgian Foreign Minister, he appeared as a kind of global conscience with his European cordon sanitaire against Austria, whilst soft-soaping the villainous dictator Fidel Castro.
You can only use the white soft soap on the wooden floors.
You really had me goin' until I began to gag over that soft soap.
I let you soft-soap me into telling you where Pat lived... ...and now he's dead.
If I have to soft soap a few idiots like Sam Parrish to get it,
If I have to soft soap a few idiots like Sam Parrish to get it, I'll soft soap them.
Subsequently, wash them with lukewarm water, employing soft soap.
You got to be... I don't know... soft-soap them, a little more high-toned, sir.
You've been gone long enough to soft-soap 20 city editors.
Trust me, I have a worse situation involving soft soap.
flattery designed to gain favor: coaxing, blarney, sweet talk, flattery
a soft (or liquid) soap made from vegetable oils; used in certain skin diseases: soap, green soap