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- adj. Alternative form of chicken-hearted.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Timid; fearful; cowardly; easily frightened.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no more courage than a chicken; timid; cowardly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. easily frightened
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My response to you is that these are either the self-hating Chomsky-like Jews who are so chickenhearted they side with the Jew-hating Muslims, so that they alone will be – they think – Jews who are actually LIKED by the Arab terrorists and will be spared.
To actively seek nothingness is worse than defeat; why, Kudra, it is surrender; craven, chickenhearted, dishonorable surrender.
Apologies from a mild Edwards supporter that probably will tend to Obama if he drops -- but I hear this line all the time and it is so chickenhearted I can't stand it.
BTW Greg, you claim to care so deeply about the truth, yet you are too chickenhearted to answer my question, are you a paid consultant for Ned Lamont's campaign?
Still wondering why Greg Lamont is too chickenhearted to answer my very simple question regarding whether he is a paid consultant to the Lamont campaign .. how about an answer Greg?
This keeps getting censored by the Lamontster scrub out the truth squads .. he has to protect his propagandists for hire, as he's too chickenhearted to let the CT voters decide for themselves
How does a bunch of cool people like us continually wind up with these improbably chickenhearted leaders?
Oh, I forgot to include Reid and Pelosi, and all the other chickenhearted pols out there.
They assume, particularly after the chickenhearted disavowal of Clark's remarks yesterday, that the Obama camp is too afraid of the issue of military service to do anything about their lies.
He went from a man who purportedly speaks his mind, to a chickenhearted pol who has to consult a weathervane before he opens his mouth.