You and I may call that cowardliness, but the party calls it honour and applauds every time.
Should he shrink from the duties of life, into the cowardliness of death?
I say that the cowardliness of this attack stands out even more conspicuous, to my eye, than its brutality or its inhumanity.
To my mind, these questions only bespeak our weakness and our cowardliness.
There was a wonder among wonders to be seen, in that God struck with fear and cowardliness the enemies of the truth.
The cowardliness of the Edinburgh is more than the abuse of the Quarterly.
At the thought his past sin and his present disgrace appeared to him not only as crime but as cowardliness.
It is not cowardliness and gluttony that have made me what I am.
All at once a wave of hot fury rushed over her—fury at the cowardliness of the assault—and the vertigo passed.
I felt as if I should have tumbled down with sheer fright and cowardliness.