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|Lucius Lactintius “Only he who can say, The Lord is my strength, can say, Of |
whom shall I be afraid? ... General George Patton “The timid are afraid before the
danger, the cowardly while in danger, and the courageous after danger.”—Jean ...
|Patton, George S. The timid are afraid before the danger, the cowardly while in |
danger, and the courageous after danger. - Paul, Jean Fear is that little darkroom
where negatives are developed. - Pritchard, Michael He who fears to suffer, ...
|It is easy to recognize our neurotic fears through the Cowardly Lion's pretentious |
displays of bravado. Only in the ... True courage is in facing danger when you are
afraid and that kind of courage you have in plenty. ... He reminded me of myself
— bold and ferocious on the outside, timid and scared on the inside. I began to ...
|Want of cowl, the animal (' one afraid of a cow,' or 'hav- courage; timidity; |
cowardice, ing the heart of a cow,' whence the accom. form I know ... When Merlin
saugh that he dide a-hide, he cried lowde, " What, coward, w her -fore a-bideste
thow ? whi doste thow not that thow haste ... Cowards die many times before their
deaths ; The valiant never taste of death but once. ... < coward + -ly}.~} 1. Wanting
courage to face danger, or to incur harm or pain; timid; timorous; fearful;
|However, he demonstrates his bravery on a number of occasions while |
accompanying Dorothy on her quest, as the Wizard points out to him: “There is no
living thing that is not afraid when it faces danger. True courage ... over the O.Z.
Raw's abilities, and the abuses ofslavery, cause him to be somewhat unstable
and quite timid; his speech is sometimes disjointed, ... Like the Cowardly Lion,
Raw discovers the need for courage at the climax of the mini-series, after being
captured by the ...
|Courage. is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death. ... A. |
timid person is frightened before a danger, a coward during the time, and a
courageous person afterward.
|The love of money is the root of all evil, which while some (oz/(red after, they |
have erred from the faith. 1 Tim. vi. to. Covetabl: .... A person who wants courage
to meet danger; a poltroon; a timid or pusillanimous man. The faith, the vigour,
|Want of cowl, the animal ('one afraid of a cow,' or 'hav- courage; timidity; |
cowardice. ing the heart of a cow,' whence the accom. form cowheart: see ... <
coward + -fy1.] 1. Wanting courage to face danger, or to incur harm or pain; timid;
timorous; fearful; pusillanimous. ... One of a band of marauders during the
American revolution, chiefly refugees belonging to tho British side, who infested
the neutral ... Coward* die many times before their deaths ; The valiant never
taste of death but once.
|The love of money is the root of all evil, which while some coveted after, they |
have erred from the faith. .... A coward is. in a general sense, one who is afraid to
meet danger real or imaginary: a poltroon is a mean-spirited and contemptible
coward; a craven is ... See Coward.] Want of courage to face danger; timidity;
pusillanimity; fear of exposing one's person to danger. 'Full of covxtrdice and
|Courage is not simply one of the virtues, but the form of every virtue at the testing |
point. — C.. ... Earlene Larson Jenks • A timid person is frightened before a
danger, a coward during the time, and a courageous person afterwards. ...
Jonathan Swift • Some have been thought brave because they were afraid to run