use softest in a sentence.
That was the softest interview I've seen in a long time.
Even with the softest suspension, you usually have to spin out and catch a wheel rim on a curb to get a car to roll over, unless you have really high center of mass (like some non-crossover SUV's, like the 1990s Jeep Grand Cherokee).
I think Puerto Rico is one of the "softest" to come through if you have a questionable visa -- the worst by far are land border crossings, especially smaller ones with Canada, since there's little cost to turning you away, and not as much on-site appeal or supervision -- an angry or racist ICE guy could ruin your day.
The important aspect here is that Apple went after the most obvious plagiarist (and softest target) first.
The least rigorously tested theories in the softest of sciences are still orders of magnitude more likely to be right than something one person has done through trial and error experiments on themselves.
Blackmailers are cowards and as a rule they move to the softest targets, any kind of response that they've been noticed is going to backfire big time.
Unless you stated you would keep on working for free after the $400 (which I think probably would be the softest point in the verbal agreement later even if you did), the best you can do is work until that contract expires and negotiate a better written one with equity.
But now consider the opposite, best case scenario that's the softest landing spread out over that entire income range: a benefit that phases out linearly.
And the hardest of hardwoods can just about compete with the softest of the metals used for structural elements (but are still a notch above most plastics).