faint-heartedness


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The Work, however, does not allow for fear or faint-heartedness.
She cast her vote against World War II--this time no one stood with her--with no trace of faint-heartedness.
Bandini's own shortcomings, a tentativeness and faint-heartedness that mix oddly with a kind of hard-headed arrogance, were acceptable on the page because of the character's first-person observational stance.
In his playing days, Souness built a well-earned reputation as a midfield hard-man and the United manager has done little to hide his frustration at the faint-heartedness of some of his players.
You will not see faint-heartedness in this process.