Coward and Valiant


Coward noun - A person who shows a shameful lack of courage in the face of danger.
Usage example: the soldiers who ran as soon as the first shots were fired were branded as cowards

Valiant is an antonym for coward.

Nearby Words: cowardly, cowardice, cowardliness


Valiant adjective - Feeling or displaying no fear by temperament.
Usage example: valiant soldiers marching off to war

Coward is an antonym for valiant.

Nearby Words: valiancy, valiantly

Both words in one sentence

  • Recap / Merlin S 01 E 02 Valiant Arthur admits that he does believe that Valiant is using magic, but he can’t withdraw on account of being thought a coward.
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