(of an animal) Depicted with the tail between the hind legs
A person who lacks the courage to do or endure dangerous or unpleasant things
a person who shows fear or timidity
English dramatist and actor and composer noted for his witty and sophisticated comedies (1899-1973)
(cowardly) lacking courage; ignobly timid and faint-hearted; "cowardly dogs, ye will not aid me then"- P.B.Shelley
Cowardice is the perceived failure to demonstrate sufficient robustness in the face of a challenge. The term describes a personality trait which is viewed as a negative characteristic and has been frowned upon (see norms) within most, if not all global cultures, while courage, typically viewed ...
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The Coward is a 1915 film produced by Thomas H. Ince. Set during the Civil War, the film stars Frank Keenan as a Virginia colonel and Charles Ray as his weak-willed son. The son is forced, at gunpoint, by his father to enlist in the Confederate army. ...
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(cowardly) Showing cowardice. Lacking in courage, unacceptably fearful, usually meant with some implication of a lack of consideration for others; In the manner of a coward
(Cowardly) The rules text should specify an active ally within 6 squares. (Dragoneye)
Said of beasts represented with the tail between the legs.
used of an animal when drawn with its tail between its legs
Anyone four levels or more below you that runs instead of fighting. This can also be applied to anyone four levels or more above you who attacks you. (Example; That coward attacked me because he is too afraid to fight people his own level!)
looks like it is the most literal correspondence of what I meant