uncourageous


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uncourageous

(ˌʌnkəˈreɪdʒəs)
adj
not courageous or brave
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NB: It is amazing how intelligent college professor can be so incapable of taking a step back to contemplate just how unoriginal and uncourageous they tend to be.
The uncourageous person, however, remains driven by fear.
Hence his belief that the passage from the state of nature to civil society had produced depoliticized, unserious, and uncourageous men.
Elsewhere in Gawain, the poet again uses sleep to hint at ways in which courtesy risks sliding into uncourageous inaction.
In response to this, Livni fired back, accusing Netanyahu of being disrespectful and being uncourageous.
This shows a huge, very uncourageous and beyond our expectations response from the youth, said Executive Director National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) Khalid Hanif in his statement issued here today.
126) Whether they were uncourageous or stopped by the hand of God, Marti persuaded no sailors in Inagua to transport them aboard the Brothers.
The white woman, who would ordinarily subordinate a black woman, is stripped of any such superiority and status, and is at the same time revealed to be entirely uncourageous since a mere black woman is capable of opposing white supremacy in Mississippi while she, a "lady," has remained silent.