- v. present participle of cower.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. prenominal characterized by or showing abject fear.
“Professor Stromm calls for help, hiding out in his vault with his priceless treasures, cowering from the crazy emo teen in the armored underpants.”
“Hiding under your bed cowering from the ebbil Tabbies.”
“(Optional: cowering is permitted – but this must be real cowering as opposed to symbolical.)”
“Let the Americans cringe in fear, cowering from the .22 pistols and hockey sticks carried by our War against Violence activists.”
“The funniest thing was the tale of Peter Hichens though, including our very own "The Hitch" in cowering in his underpants behind the front door.”
“The cowering is a partial motivation of all the mayhem for goodness sake!!!”
“Rojas, the man who lives in the Tijuana slum near the border fence, recalls cowering in his home as smugglers shot it out with the police.”
“Cheryl recalls cowering to the headboard with the covers up over her body, shaking and rocking back and forth.”
“Bush spent both terms cowering, and he tried his best to make everyone else in America do the same.”
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