cowardliness

[ kou-erd-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF cowardliness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COWARDLINESS

I tell you, this cowardliness enrages me; I cannot forgive it.

Should he shrink from the duties of life, into the cowardliness of death?

To my mind, these questions only bespeak our weakness and our cowardliness.

The cowardliness of the Edinburgh is more than the abuse of the Quarterly.

It is not cowardliness and gluttony that have made me what I am.

I felt as if I should have tumbled down with sheer fright and cowardliness.

You and I may call that cowardliness, but the party calls it honour and applauds every time.

And though the meanness and cowardliness were apparent, Louis looked at little else than the extreme agony of the suppliant.

At the thought his past sin and his present disgrace appeared to him not only as crime but as cowardliness.

He had felt this cowardliness and was continually trying to distort it into more self-ennobling emotions.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COWARDLINESS

timidity

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