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  • Coward would watch their act every night while waiting to go on himself.
  • But do not all cowards feel just that way before the trial comes? Cited from Who Goes There?, by Blackwood Ketcham Benson
  • No one took him up on his offer, and he decided they were cowards.
  • So cowards never use their might But against such that will not fight. Cited from With Edged Tools, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • Well at least she would not play the coward's part with it! Cited from The Visioning, by Susan Glaspell
  • You should always leave them some little thing that they care for and which makes them cowards. Cited from The Dark House, by I. A. R. Wylie
  • While not a coward, he does not seem to like getting into danger very much.
  • The cowards did not meet him man to man, and so he never knew who they were. Cited from Conjuror's House, by Stewart Edward White
  • At all events, three cowards together have less fear than one brave man alone. Cited from The Forty-Five Guardsmen, by Alexandre Dumas
  • Now that he had escaped the first time, he felt himself a coward. Cited from The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 5 (of 8), by Guy de Maupassant
  • Give all cowards an opportunity to show it on condition of holding their peace. Cited from The Man in Gray, by Thomas Dixon
  • A coward's part, that was the part they had seen him play. Cited from The Long Night, by Stanley Weyman
  • When the cowards strike you are ready to meet them, force for force. Cited from The Young Engineers in Colorado, by H. Irving Hancock
  • Yet it still appeared to her as if she were acting a coward's part. Cited from The Coast of Chance, by Esther Chamberlain and Lucia Chamberlain
  • But those who called me a coward, without knowing it, are also right.
  • They are both generally cowards, and joined the good side later in the final episodes.
  • The cowards he drove into the middle, that they might fight whether they would or no. Cited from The Iliad, by Homer, translated by Samuel Butler
  • Coward was turning out numerous plays and acting in his own works and others'.
  • A sudden thought caused the coward's face to grow white with fear. Cited from What Can She Do?, by Edward Payson Roe
  • It has told upon you, as it must necessarily tell upon all cowards. Cited from Under the Meteor Flag, by Harry Collingwood
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Meaning of coward

  • noun A person who shows fear or timidity
  • noun English dramatist and actor and composer noted for his witty and sophisticated comedies (1899-1973)