Film stars and politicians are still bussed in to sell their products, in the most craven way possible.
Six miles from craven Cottage, where Fulham play their home games, is the stadium where this soccer revolution began 10 years ago.
It might be helpful, now, if a few of these craven Republicans had the stones to say it.
early 13c., cravant, perhaps from Old French crevante "defeated," past participle of cravanter "to strike down, to fall down," from Latin crepare "to crack, creak." Sense affected by crave and moved from "defeated" to "cowardly" (c.1400) perhaps via intermediary sense of "confess oneself defeated." Related: Cravenly; cravenness.