Antonym: bold, brave, courageous, gallant, heroic. Similar words: coward, inwardly, upwardly mobile, hardly, toward, hardly any, niggardly, dastardly. Meaning: ['kaʊədlɪ] adj. lacking courage; ignobly timid and faint-hearted.
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2. Tears apart from cowardly should not representative of anything outside.
3. Cowardly people will only come to a standstill, recklessly person can lead to Shaoshen, only the real brave man to carry the world before one.
4. This was a particularly brutal and cowardly attack.
5. He despised himself for being so cowardly.
6. I was too cowardly to complain.
7. Management was feeble and cowardly.
8. We shall unmask that cowardly cheat.
9. There's something cowardly and ignoble about such an attitude.
10. This was a cowardly thing to do.
11. He was weak, cowardly and treacherous.
12. They are guilty of a cowardly failure to address the problem.
13. It was cowardly of you not to admit your mistake.
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14. I say, without feeling the slightest bit cowardly.
15. She refused to be cowardly and hang her head.
16. Male speaker It's a cowardly thing to do.
17. This cowardly and servile Nizan-Pluvinage was ready to lick the dust to deceive the intended victims of his spying.
18. He was cowardly and dangerous, and obviously very good at his job.
19. Nowadays he teaches them the cowardly art of aggressive selling to the elderly and disabled.
20. He described the detention without trial of political opponents as a cowardly act.
21. It is only the greathearted who can be true friends; the mean and the cowardly can never know what true friendship is.
22. To declare war against the small island state looks like the action of a cowardly nation.
23. The player should role-play this, insinuating that the other character is cowardly, worthless, treacherous,[sentencedict.com] etc.
24. He is capable of cold-blooded or berserk courage in desperate moments yet is constantly afraid of being cowardly.
25. The left-armer denied himself a sixth by wasting a cowardly bouncer on Malcolm.
26. On the other hand, sensitivity to feedback can produce cowardly responses.
27. Three months had gone in establishing his pseudo-self as a friendless, cowardly drunk.
28. And on top of these there is, of course, the moral obloquy attendant on the cowardly betrayal of a visitor to this shore.
29. He wrinkled his nose at the smells, thinking that the cowardly little wretches were trying to keep out of his way.
30. There are occasions when we have grudged paying a top rate, but been too cowardly to refuse.
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