- You miserable coward!
- They taunted him with cowardice/with being a coward.
- It was cowardly of you not to admit your mistake.
- I'm a terrible coward when it comes to dealing with sick people, ie It scares me and I avoid it.
- He is a coward by his own admission.
- Are you a man or a mouse (ie brave or cowardly)?
- Tom is no coward.
- Smith had called John a coward, but the boys made him swallow his words after John bravely fought a big bully.
- Lacking courage; cowardly.
- I've been accused of many things in my life, but never of cowardice.
- His cowardly behavior was laughed at by his colleagues.
- His cowardice in face of the enemy was contemptible.
- He lay down like a coward.
- German writer whose novellas and dramas, including The Broken Pitcher(1811), concern characters torn between reason and emotion and between heroism and cowardice.
- Coward as he is (=Though he is a coward), he can't bear such an insult.