recreant

[ rek-ree-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF recreant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECREANT

With Peter Pan for company, Sophie waited on the porch for the recreant pair.

"Why you should call him a recreant knight, I cannot for the life of me understand," she said.

Nor would he come forth, for all that Sir Bors called him coward and recreant.

The groomsmen are denouncing him, as he deserves to be, as a slanderer and recreant.

Finding her so obstinate he had said to her in a loud voice, "Die, recreant!"

I have no recreant heart to turn aside from danger or from suffering.

Oh, Haco, that indeed were to be the traitor and the recreant!

Is his thunderbolt ever at his hand to reduce a recreant god to order?

We condemn the man who neglects to vote as recreant to his duty.

The recreant Jews rejected the Savior, because He came to them with a new revelation.

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