Synonym: fearful, trepid. Similar words: humorous, malodorous, morose, testimony, thorough, thoroughly, onerous, generous. Meaning: ['tɪmərəs] adj. timid by nature or revealing timidity.
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1 He was the most timorous person in that event.
2 He is a reclusive, timorous creature.
3 'Who's that?' asked a timorous voice.
4 She was no helpless, timorous female.
5 She is as timorous as a rabbit.
6 Even a timorous bicyclist can relish the route.
7 The timorous rabbit ran away.
8 In the darkness the timorous wolves crept into the living - room.
9 Yet if wisdom should not be timorous,(www.Sentencedict.com) neither should folly be rash.
10 Her expression disturbed him - sad, timorous, with a touch of defiant mischief.
11 Like a timorous bird you fly to my breast with eager love.
12 People neeed some courage in life, just like climbing a cliff .Although there are stemp ahead, you still fell some timorous and dare not go ahead. But when you conquer the timidity and reach the peak, you will feel the importance of courage as you enjoy the beautiful scenes. It is the same with life.
13 Some delegates believe the final declaration is likely to be too timorous.
14 An attempted coup in August was frustrated by the timorous behaviour of the Abuna, who stayed away from a crucial meeting.
15 Whenever or wherever I see you next time I won't be timorous or evasive.
More similar words: humorous, malodorous, morose, testimony, thorough, thoroughly, onerous, generous, numerous, ludicrous, boisterous, disastrous, obstreperous, preposterous, from time to time, acrimony, round and round, more, rumor, tumor, mores, humor, any more, morass, mortal, no more, morning, mortify, time, not any more.