Coward and Heroine

Coward

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Coward noun – A person who shows a shameful lack of courage in the face of danger.
Heroine is an antonym for coward.
Nearby Words: cowardly, cowardice, cowardliness
Antonyms for Coward

Heroine

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Heroine noun – The main good female character in a work of fiction.
Coward is an antonym for heroine.
Nearby Words: hero, heroin
Antonyms for Heroine
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How words are described

original original coward original heroine
true true coward true heroine
brave brave coward brave heroine
real real coward real heroine
Other adjectives: big, famous, favorite.

Both words in one sentence

  • Animation / The Snow Queen (2012) When he tries to reject his duty to the Snow Queen and save the heroine, she calls him a coward.
  • However, the plots aren't interconnected, Shurik doesn't recognize the Coward, the Fool and the Pro in Kidnapping, and his wife from Ivan Vassilyevich is neither Lida nor the heroine from Kidnapping.
  • Claustrophobia Jinty - the heroine of "Waves of Fear" suffers from this, and her fear starts ruining her life, as she gets bullied and receives No Sympathy from her parents, who are disgusted at having a "coward" for a daughter.
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