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Showing cowardice; lacking in courage; basely or weakly fearful.
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  1. Showing cowardice; lacking in courage; basely or weakly fearful.
  2. Of or typical of a coward; shamefully fearful
  3. Exhibiting the characteristics of a coward, particularly ignoble fear:
Very cowardly; abjectly afraid
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  1. Very cowardly; abjectly afraid
  2. Characterized by abject fear; cowardly.
Not genuine or real:
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  1. Not genuine or real:
  2. Arising from mistaken ideas:
  3. Contrary to fact or truth:
(Archaic) Low in height; short
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  1. (Archaic) Low in height; short
  2. (Archaic) Of low birth, rank, or position.
  3. Having the low feudal status of villein
Lacking strength or vigor; weak:
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  1. Lacking strength or vigor; weak:
  2. Below others in status or rank; lowly:
  3. Violating standards of morality or decency; base:
Having or characterized by a malicious or petty spirit.
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  1. Having or characterized by a malicious or petty spirit.
  2. Characterized by or displaying a propensity to be mean; selfish, malicious, etc.
Not keeping faith; dishonest; disloyal
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  1. Not keeping faith; dishonest; disloyal
  2. Not true to duty or obligation; disloyal or unfaithful.
  3. Breaking trust in a marriage or relationship by having sexual relations with someone other than one's spouse or sexual partner.
Producing a good yield; productive
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  1. Producing a good yield; productive
  2. Bending easily; flexible
  3. Inclined to give way to pressure, argument, or influence; docile.
Filled with fear; frightened:
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  1. Filled with fear; frightened:
  2. Filled with regret or concern. Used especially to soften an unpleasant statement:
  3. Having feelings of aversion or unwillingness in regard to something:
Hesitating or undecided; vacillating; doubtful
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  1. Hesitating or undecided; vacillating; doubtful
  2. Inclined or tending to hesitate.
Showing or caused by timidity
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  1. Showing or caused by timidity
  2. Full of or subject to fear; timid
Not true, accurate, or reliable; untrustworthy
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  1. Not true, accurate, or reliable; untrustworthy
  2. Not justly representing or reflecting the facts or a primary source; inaccurate:
  3. Failing to observe the terms of a vow, promise, understanding, etc., or false to allegiance or duty; faithless; disloyal
Not loyal or faithful; faithless
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  1. Not loyal or faithful; faithless
  2. Without loyalty; faithless, traitorous.
  3. Showing or characterized by a lack of loyalty; not loyal.
Of, or having the nature of, a traitor; treacherous; faithless
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  1. Of, or having the nature of, a traitor; treacherous; faithless
  2. Having the character of a traitor; disloyal
  3. Of or involving treason; treasonable
Guilty of apostasy
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Of, relating to, or resembling a renegade; traitorous.
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  1. Of, relating to, or resembling a renegade; traitorous.
  2. Of or like a renegade; disloyal
Easily frightened; lacking self-confidence; shy; timorous
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  1. Easily frightened; lacking self-confidence; shy; timorous
  2. Fearful and hesitant:
  3. Showing fear or lack of self-confidence; hesitant
Experiencing fear; frightened:
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  1. Experiencing fear; frightened:
  2. Feeling fear; afraid
  3. Extreme, as in degree or extent. Used especially of something negative:
In the manner of a dastard; marked by cowardice; pusillanimous
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  1. In the manner of a dastard; marked by cowardice; pusillanimous
  2. Of or like a dastard; mean and cowardly
  3. Cowardly and malicious; base.
Gradually growing or persistent:
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  1. Gradually growing or persistent:
  2. Slight, or slight but increasing
  3. Not admitted or made known to others; secret
Showing weakness of resolve or thought
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  1. Showing weakness of resolve or thought
  2. Having or exhibiting a lack of judgment or conviction.
  3. Of less than normal intellect. Not in scientific use.
(Of a person) Showing characteristics that are not manly, such as being immature, effeminate or cowardly, which might be construed as an indicator of weakness or of baseness of character.
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  1. (Of a person) Showing characteristics that are not manly, such as being immature, effeminate or cowardly, which might be construed as an indicator of weakness or of baseness of character.
  2. Lacking courage, resoluteness, etc.; cowardly, weak, etc.
  3. (Of a behaviour or action) Cowardly, base.
Lacking spirit, energy, or vigor; listless; depressed
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  1. Lacking spirit, energy, or vigor; listless; depressed
Disloyal; deceitful
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  1. Disloyal; deceitful
  2. Alternative spelling of false-hearted.
Alternative spelling of errant.
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  1. Alternative spelling of errant.
  2. That is plainly such; out-and-out; notorious
  3. Completely such; thoroughgoing:
Of, relating to, or marked by perfidy; treacherous.
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  1. Of, relating to, or marked by perfidy; treacherous.
  2. Characterized by perfidy; treacherous
Characterized by unforeseen or hidden hazards; dangerous or deceptive:
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  1. Characterized by unforeseen or hidden hazards; dangerous or deceptive:
  2. Giving a false appearance of safety or reliability; untrustworthy or insecure
  3. Guilty of or characterized by betrayal of confidence or trust; perfidious.
Highly disagreeable or most inferior; very bad: a generalized term of disapproval
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  1. Highly disagreeable or most inferior; very bad: a generalized term of disapproval
  2. Morally base or evil; wicked; depraved; sinful
  3. Degrading; low; mean
Not loyal or faithful; faithless
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  1. Not loyal or faithful; faithless
  2. Showing or characterized by a lack of loyalty; not loyal.
  3. Without loyalty; faithless, traitorous.
Lacking faith; unbelieving
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  1. Lacking faith; unbelieving
  2. Breaking trust in a marriage or relationship by having sexual relations with someone other than one's spouse or sexual partner.
  3. Not true to duty or obligation; disloyal or unfaithful.
Deliberately untrue:
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  1. Deliberately untrue:
  2. Not genuine or real:
  3. Intentionally deceptive:
Characterized by perfidy; treacherous
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  1. Characterized by perfidy; treacherous
  2. Of, relating to, or marked by perfidy; treacherous.
Constituting treason:
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  1. Constituting treason:
  2. Having the character of a traitor; disloyal
  3. Of, or having the nature of, a traitor; treacherous; faithless
Characterized by unforeseen or hidden hazards; dangerous or deceptive:
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  1. Characterized by unforeseen or hidden hazards; dangerous or deceptive:
  2. Guilty of or characterized by betrayal of confidence or trust; perfidious.
  3. Giving a false appearance of safety or reliability; untrustworthy or insecure
Not adhering to promises, obligations, or allegiances; disloyal.
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  1. Not adhering to promises, obligations, or allegiances; disloyal.
  2. Not true, accurate, or reliable; untrustworthy
  3. Failing to observe the terms of a vow, promise, understanding, etc., or false to allegiance or duty; faithless; disloyal
Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
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  1. Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
  2. Contrary to fact; false.
  3. False; not true.
A person guilty of apostasy
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  1. A person guilty of apostasy
  2. One who has abandoned one's religious faith, a political party, one's principles, or a cause.
A fugitive from the law; outlaw
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  1. A fugitive from the law; outlaw
  2. A person who abandons a party, movement, etc. and goes over to the other side; traitor; turncoat
  3. One who rejects a religion, cause, allegiance, or group for another; a deserter.
A runaway; fugitive or deserter
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  1. A runaway; fugitive or deserter
  2. A person who drifts or wanders about; vagabond
  3. A renegade or deserter.
A person who goes over to the opposite side or party; traitor
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  1. A person who goes over to the opposite side or party; traitor
  2. A traitor; one who turns against a previous affiliation or allegiance.
(Slang) A person who frequently passes time at a particular place. Often used in combination:
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  1. (Slang) A person who frequently passes time at a particular place. Often used in combination:
  2. Any of numerous long-tailed rodents of various families (esp. Muridae and Cricetidae) resembling, but larger than, the mouse: rats are very destructive pests and carriers of highly contagious diseases, as bubonic plague and typhus
  3. Any of various long-tailed rodents resembling mice but larger, especially one of the genus Rattus.
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