coward[ kou-erd ]SEE DEFINITION OF coward
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COWARD
At any rate, I won't be coward enough to try to hide it from her.
If the first thing happened, you'd have been a coward the rest of your life.
The coward would not have the courage to contradict her, but he would know if he were lying!
"Because I was a coward," answered Corney, speaking the truth with courage.
And yet it was a coward's blow, and one to stir the blood and loose the tongue of the most peaceful.
I have nothing left to fear, and methinks I am ten times more a coward than ever.
Being neither a coward nor a fool, he saw what was before him.
This was not because he was afraid, for he was not a coward.
I was a coward to talk as I did; but I love you more now than I did even then.
It at once aroused all that was stern in his nature—to have such a coward offer him an insult.