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Definition of soft tack in English:


[mass noun] archaic
Bread or other nourishing food, especially as eaten by sailors or soldiers: we had butter and soft tack twice a week
More example sentences
  • And every day we'll eat soft tack and live on steak and duff.
  • While at Carondelet we who had money lived on soft tack and milk so you see we had good healthy food.
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