Even the hardy, swaggering half-breed seemed cowed
We were so cowed
by the sight that I think we should have given the job up if had not been for Prendergast.
The banker looked at him under lowering brows, red-faced and sulky, but seemingly cowed
Her rebuke and her mood seemed to fill the whole room, and to impart a cowed
look to the furniture, and candle, and children playing about, and to her mother's face.
Something in my voice, I do not know what, cowed
the beasts as they sprang to attack me.
Before I could call him off he had crushed Lakor into a jelly with a single blow of one mighty paw, and had literally torn the other thern to ribbons; yet when I spoke to him sharply he cowed
sheepishly as though he had done a thing to deserve censure and chastisement.