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Synonyms for gutless

lacking courage or vitality

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weak in willpower, courage or vitality

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While Gaza is currently being punished by Israel and others for electing Hamas, and as the EU gutlessly watches the unfolding human drama, it continues to be Israel's largest trading partner.
Five years ago, Mayor James Hahn, acting gutlessly, refused to re-appoint you as chief and hired Bratton instead.
I peered into it for only a matter of seconds before I gutlessly began backing away.
Notes Chira (1998), the endless debate about a "mother's place" could only occur in a culture that gives mothers little help, provides no universal and reliable system of day-care, and then blames mothers for whatever they do: work (if they are middle class), not work (if they are on welfare), work too much (if they are ambitious), or work little (if they are not ambitious enough and gutlessly take the "mommy track").
It was the media - especially the media closest to Seton Hall - that for years has gutlessly indulged, ignored, apologized, defended, celebrated and otherwise extended a free pass in the face of the unholiness that Seton Hall has allowed to persist in the name of beating other Big East `college' programs at basketball," Mushnick wrote.
Instead, the chiefs are gutlessly taking on Clinton by hustling votes in Congress and whining to the media.
Gianfranco Zola's men were savaged for gutlessly waving SCOTT PARKER sealed almost certain safety for West Ham on a day of unbelievable tension at Upton Park.
Carter claimed four wickets and Woakes three and both soon added another after the interval as Worcestershire surrendered gutlessly.
London gutlessly agreed to these changes and it certainly won't help any parties who want to subvert the sectarian rules.