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Synonyms for craven

Synonyms for craven

Synonyms for craven

an abject coward

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lacking even the rudiments of courage

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They say never work with children or animals - yet TV presenter John Craven has spent much of his life doing just that, firstly on his eponymous Newsround bulletin for youngsters, later as the face of Countryfile.
BOWLS ROBERT Craven was victorious in the Dearne and Don Singles Merit with a 21-10 success over Thurgoland's Brian Sharrock in the final at Meltham.
Summary: Royal Marine and Zakouski to contest in Group 3 Craven Stakes
Craven, 25, got back to winning ways at the end of June to move to 4-2 as a pro.
The case brought by 50-year-old Cathryn Craven hinged on whether there would have been a reconciliation with Jayson, her husband of 12 years.
By the way, it was a close fight between 'rogue' and 'craven.' One would have wanted to use both, because between those two words they would fit practically all-or more than two-thirds-of the Supreme Court members.
However, the most significant event for Vera this year is tying the knot with long-time girlfriend, Jessica Craven.
He denied hammer attacks on dad-of-five Fred Craven then taxi driver John Tomey a year later in 1967.
has closed the management buy-out of the firm and its rebranding to Craven Street Capital Ltd., the firm said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 28, 2017-PSource Capital Closes MBO, Rebranding as Craven Street Capital
International Paralympic Committee chief Phil Craven has apologised in a letter to the International Olympic Committee for comments he made about IOC President Thomas Bach during a prank call, a source said on Wednesday.
Tina Marie Craven, a staff nurse on Ward 30 at North Tees Hospital, was struck off the nursing register following a review into her fitness to practise.
PARALYMPICS INTERNATIONAL Paralympic Committee president Sir Philip Craven believes Rio 2016 will be the "People's Games" after a fraught build-up.
The Newmarket trainer won last year's Group 1 Racing Post Trophy with 33-1 shot Marcel and admitted the removal of the penalty structure had brought the Craven under closer consideration.
He noticed that store owner Harry Craven had built an interesting display of plumbing fixtures, electrical boxes, vents and other items on a copper piece of an old water heater tank.