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Characterized by abject fear; cowardly.
[Middle English cravant, perhaps from Old French crevant, present participle of crever, to burst, from Latin crepāre, to break.]
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cravenly[ˈkreɪvənlɪ] ADV (liter) → cobardemente
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adv (liter) → feige, feigherzig (old)
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