spinelessly


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spine·less

 (spīn′lĭs)
adj.
1. Lacking courage or willpower.
2. Biology
a. Having no spines.
b. Lacking a spinal column; invertebrate.

spine′less·ly adv.
spine′less·ness n.
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spinelessly

[ˈspaɪnlɪslɪ] ADVdébilmente

spinelessly

adv (fig)feige
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Our naughty government's response was spinelessly apologetic, assuring Mummy that a military build-up was not in its plans and that it allowed countless countries to use our port and airport facilities for humanitarian reasons.
If the White House continues to spinelessly refuse to act to prevent a hotter future, call your Representative and tell them to join the 33 Democrats and 33 Republicans taking leadership in the congressional Climate Solutions Caucus.
if ain'time I would've been in there wit you and you behaved that spinelessly in my presence,I feel that I'd be compelled to slap de'Fuq outta you bro For the People!!!"
Trump strategy in Afghanistan is genocide- the intentional killing of the Afghan/Pashtun villagers, who are the only roadblock to the Trump administration's exploitation of the Rare Earth Elements (REEs).The United States on the orders of Trump is spinelessly attacking the Afghan/Pashtun villagers using phosphorus and other chemical bombs against them.This killing of Afghan villagers and civilians is happening throughout Afghanistan every day and mostly goes unreported by the media.
As Trump continues to bash the electoral process and incite trouble, his party has sat spinelessly in silence refusing to condemn his absurdity outright.
Recoiling from what the media don't want politicians to discuss or bending spinelessly to their will disgusts me far more than anything that Trump has said.
Perhaps one should allow the prince some leeway; after all, his soldiers fled the battle, so what other recourse would he have had but to take flight, but throughout the play, Charles often behaves spinelessly. If Charles had demonstrated the bravery about which he blustered, then perhaps his men would have remained, and he would not have had reason to flee.
Some magistrates behave like fools, Stick spinelessly to unfair rules, Others do the braver thing, Resign their posts and justice bring.
She will demand help from Westminster, Westminster will spinelessly oblige, even Jeremy Corbyn has said he will do a deal to help Scottish steel.
Every single sin in the slips and poke outside off stump committed in the past few post-Lord's days, even the hurtful fact that a great opportunity to post an awesome overseas series win was spinelessly squandered in two humiliating back-back total surrenders at Old Trafford and Southampton, would have been forgiven if the team, or at least a couple guys, showed a hint of steely nerves.