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Even without a conviction the trial is a warning to anyone occupying high office in the future acts of high crimes and misdemeanors will not be glossed over because some are too cowardly to act.
Kayleigh McEnany’s cowardly exitPolitico’s revolt over Ben Shapiro guest-hosting Playbook went too far
A question I’ve been asking is whether these Republicans in Congress really believe what they’re saying, or whether they’re too cowardly or self-interested to do what’s right because they fear the political consequences.
In Ghost of Tsushima, these tactics are considered cowardly, spineless, and dishonorable.
If it were not for the cowardly fear of being thought timid, there would be more care used in such matters.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
But when he saw there were but two of them he mentally cursed the four escorts who had so cowardly left him to his fate.
Isn't this free-booting spirit, now, better than leading a cowardly life of musty regularity?
None would have believed that the cowardly monster Fear was for ever feasting upon his heart.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
But, there is a beardless youth, follow'd by a cowardly serving man, who presses hard to see you.
By means of this proof he confutes the cowardly rival who claims to have achieved the feat.

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