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have a soft spot for somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a soft spot for somebodyhave a soft spot for somebodyLIKE somebody OR somethingto continue to like someone even when they do not behave well She’s always had a soft spot for Grant. soft
Examples from the Corpus
have a soft spot for somebodyI do have a soft spot for Britain's best-selling car, the Ford Fiesta.Although I have a soft spot for him after his super-game Hennessy win, he does not appeal greatly as 7-2 favourite.The reason why I have a soft spot for this notebook, he wrote.
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