Definition of Cowardry

1. cowardice [n COWARDRIES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cowardry

coward
cowarded
cowardice
cowardices
cowardie
cowardies
cowarding
cowardise
cowardish
cowardize
cowardliness
cowardlinesses
cowardly
cowardly lion
cowardly lions
cowardry (current term)
cowards
cowardship
cowardy
cowbane
cowbanes
cowbarn
cowbell
cowbells
cowberries
cowberry
cowbind
cowbinds
cowbird
cowbirds

Literary usage of Cowardry

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians by Martin Luther, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Tischer, Samuel Simon Schmucker (1860)
"But what appears impossible to small and cowardry souls, that is, however, possible for a man of courage and decision Luther had scarcely posted up those ..."

2. A Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights Entertainments: Now by Kama̜ Shastra society, Benares, Richard Francis Burton (1885)
"... having doffed the robe of pusillanimity and put off the garb of cowardry ; so he smiled and spake in the most eloquent and elegant words ; and, ..."

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