Domestic fowl; see under poultry.
A person who shows fear or timidity.
3. (Familier) Dégonflé. Une réaction veule.
4. Vil. Un lâche attentat.
(Informal) Cowardly. chicken-hearted
Lacking courage; ignobly timid and faint-hearted; SYN. coward, fearful.
ETYM Old Eng. cravant, cravaunde, Old Fren. cravanté struck down, p. p. of cravanter, crevanter, to break, from Latin crepans, p. pr. of crepare to break, crack, rattle. Related to Crevice, Crepitate.
Lacking even the rudiments of courage; abjectly fearful; SYN. recreant.
1. Marked by lack of heart or feeling.
2. (Archaic) Devoid of courage or enthusiasm.
1. Not bound or fastened or gathered together
2. Not carefully arranged in a package
3. Not fixed firmly or tightly
4. Not restrained or confined or attached
5. Not tense or taut; SYN. slack.
6. Not compact or dense in structure or arrangement
7. Not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting
8. (Of a ball in sport) Not in the possession or control of any player
9. (Of textures) Full of small openings or gaps; SYN. open.
10. Freely producing mucus
Flowing with little speed as e.g. at the turning of the tide
1. Of the color yellow; similar to the color of an egg yolk; SYN. yellowish.
2. Changed to a yellowish color by age; SYN. yellowed.
3. Cowardly or treacherous
1. Not held in chemical or physical combination.
2. Not restrained or tied down by bonds.
3. Not secured within a cover