- The fear of intellectuals to be seen as advocates of reason is the final treason of the clerks. To be cowardly under fire is understandable, but to cower when there is a world to be taught(and to learn from) is contemptible.
- Alice had cowered under the blankets hiding from the bogey man who her elder brothers assured her would come and get her if she so much as poked her nose out.
- Whatever you do don't cower stammer or apologize.
- The curtains were thrown back to reveal a small boy cowering by the french windows.
- The condemned prisoner cowered and began to whimper for clemency.
- ... And now you cower in the face of alessa's revenge.
- The inmates cowers under the brutal lash.
- If we saved the republic why do we cower in our rooms
- It is out of the belief that the human being is powerless that you cower into submission over abusive authorities and believe that a single human is not capable of changing anything let alone having global impact.
- The dog cower under the table when his master raised the whip.
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- The serfs cowered before the lord of the manor.
- The cloak of death` s shadow! Cyrus` s troops shall cower before me. I slip closer to my goal and the noose slips tighter around cyrus` s neck.
- Would she have cowered at your outstretched hand?
- To shrink back as in fear; cower.