Coward (noun)

  1. A person who lacks courage and is afraid to face danger or difficulty.
  2. A person who lacks the courage to carry out a duty or decision.


The word coward comes from the old french word "couard" which means "timid" and it first appeared in the english language in the 14th century.


  1. He was called a coward for not standing up for what he believed in.
  2. His friends thought he was a coward for not going to the party.
  3. He was labeled a coward for not joining the fight.
  4. He was considered a coward for not speaking out against the injustice.
  5. He was called a coward for not facing his fear.
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