faint-hearted


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lacking conviction or boldness or courage

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As Fun and frivolous, this look isn't perhaps for the faint-hearted but is a surefire trend for making a bright and breezy impact and for greeting summer with a big 'Aloha.
A TRAIL which is not for the faint-hearted, will be launched in Middlesbrough on Saturday.
The Christopher Nolan's batman series is not meant for the faint-hearted.
Testing ground and 3m 5f will separate the brave from the faint-hearted and I'm confident of a big run from aptly named AMAZING VALOUR (2.
This is not a role for the faint-hearted - with huge capacity for a challenging workload, you need to have a massive enthusiasm for the task.
This is a powerful, evocative collection, not for faint-hearted readers; once started, though, almost every reader will have to finish all ten stories--it is that peculiar fascination we have with the dark side.
Faint-hearted readers should be warned: This is a book by a policy wonk, for policy wonks, and you have to be interested in refundable tax credits to make it from cover to cover.
With over 2,000 high-rise buildings currently under construction, a population of around 14 million and approximately 63,000 taxis, Beijing is not a place for the faint-hearted.
This certainly contrives to open up the interior and encourage spatial interpenetration, but vertical circulation is not for the faint-hearted (Ohtani and his wife have a six year old daughter who must be especially fearless).
Not for the faint-hearted, Chilli Jam is a hot chilli relish.
It won't be for the thin- skinned or the faint-hearted.
The storage business is no place for faint-hearted executives.
Because of the rebounding problem, however, the tactic isn't for the faint-hearted.
This is precisely the kind of thing the Turner Prize panel should consider next year, but I bet they'll be too faint-hearted.
Professor Lidenbrock and his faint-hearted nephew climbed straight into the maw of the Icelandic volcano Snaefellsjokull in Jules Verne's classic Journey to the Center of the Earth.