faint-hearted

[ feynt-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF faint-hearted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAINT-HEARTED

I am not faint-hearted,” said Stephen; “but I will not break mine oath to my master.

I don't believe the police have been culpable; they have only been faint-hearted.

Major Rogers was faint from the loss of blood, and at the moment was faint-hearted.

I commend it to the notice of those who are faint-hearted about the future of wheat in Britain.

"Why yes," she answered, with a faint-hearted assumption of confidence.

What a faint-hearted old dog you are, and you were a pilot once.

Mrs. Calvert's good nature was not the good nature of the faint-hearted or weak-kneed.

Here be my spoils, great ones; but how faint-hearted are your southern trout!

I suspected then that she'd begun to get faint-hearted, waiting; though she'd never let me see it.

How do you know she will never accept you, you faint-hearted boy?

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