craven[ krey-vuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF craven
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And with the detective went a man whose gait was slinking, craven.
Hobbs had seemed more of the craven type which Stryker graced so conspicuously.
"Craven Street, please," said the girl, and added a house number.
In his heart he was ashamed of his fears; in his heart he knew himself for a craven.
Swounds, but an empty stomach is a craven comrade in a desperate enterprise.
"And are damned for a croaking, maudlin' craven," added Joseph.
They sheltered their craven lives behind a shield of mock valour.
But the portrait of the late Mrs. Craven was turned to the wall along with the Dean.
I assure you solemnly there was never any question of Miss Craven's honour.
Miss Craven and Katherine had gone upstairs, and she was alone with Ted.