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The only thing that at all tended to shake this conviction, was the extraordinary poltroonery of our new captive.
Do you not make use of my poltroonery to hinder me from entering our house?
AMPHITRYONMOLIERE
Coconnas, an Italian, instead of inviting contempt for his poltroonery, inspires aversion for his crimes.
I am alarmed, amazed, scandalised at the transcendent poltroonery that possesses the human race.
In the light of later events, I now realize that their apparent poltroonery arose not from individual cowardice.
THE LITTLE RED FOOTROBERT W. CHAMBERS
He was being punished for the crimes of his youth and for the poltroonery that had kept him from turning Jake out of the house.
THE FIGHTING EDGEWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
But these nasty props and plasters the doctors sell—why, they are just badges of poltroonery.
You believed rather the tales you heard of our poltroonery, and impotence of body and mind.
Soliman, however, soon repented of his poltroonery, and roused the war-cry among some of his tribes.
It is the poltroonery of the flesh, and the trepidation of the spirit, that are his worst tormentors.
BARBARA LYNNEMILY J. JENKINSON

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