Craven (adjective)

Cowardly, lacking in courage, and lacking the ability to face danger.


The word "craven" is derived from the old english word "craefen" or "craefan" which means cowardly. it is used to describe a person who is lacking in courage and lacking the ability to face danger.


  1. He was criticized for his craven behavior in the face of danger.
  2. She was ashamed of her craven attitude during the crisis.
  3. His craven nature was revealed when he refused to fight.
  4. The company was accused of cravenly putting profits before safety.
  5. His cravenness was obvious when he refused to speak up.
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