Cowardice (noun)

  1. Lack of courage in facing danger, fear, or difficulty.
  2. The state or quality of being a coward; timidity.


The word "cowardice" originated in the 15th century from the old french word "couardise", which means "cowardice." it is derived from the word "couard", which means "coward.".


  1. His cowardice prevented him from joining the military.
  2. She accused him of cowardice for not standing up for what he believed in.
  3. He was ashamed of his own cowardice during the robbery.
  4. His cowardice was evident when he refused to take the stand and testify.
  5. It was a act of cowardice to run away from the problem.
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