In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Please check your facts before you accuse us of being craven.
- And who should know better than he that it is craven to belittle a man's service because it didn't extend over some arbitrary stretch of time?
- All of the apologizers are craven, but my favorite is a young woman holding up a sign that says: ‘I tried!’
- Harr was craven, had always been, and the little courage he'd summoned up to come out here and try to take her down was deserting him fast.
- It basically makes him look like a weak, indecisive, craven leader.
- Ignoring the situation or simply hoping that it will disappear of its own accord is craven, misguided and, most importantly, dangerous.
- Misguided craven cowards have debased the nobleness of mankind.
- But it wasn't that the nation saw that politicians were all a bunch of craven opportunists.
- A man of honor, a man of undeniable courage has been depicted as a craven coward by these memos.
- There is no reason for this other than craven cowardice in the face of power.
- There's something simultaneously craven and arrogant about the manner in which senior Catholic politicians use their positions to wrangle papal audiences, often at taxpayers' expense.
- It would be better to say that the Boy Scouts prevailed with a good constitutional argument, supported by weak evidence, craven apprehensions and unthinking hostility.
- Sure, they can whine about negative depictions, but much of that is caused by their own lack of character and craven pandering.
- The considered teaching of churchmen and philosophers still holds incarnate beauty to be, at best, the unintended consequence of accident or design and, at worst, plain old craven idolatry.
- It also pays well and makes them look less craven.
- This answer, amazingly, wasn't craven enough.
- Regrettably, though, there seem to be at least a few examples of the cheapest, most craven opportunism.
- On the whole, the Law School has been somewhat less craven than the average administration, and its faculty includes more vigorous defenders of free speech than is usually the case.
- Will he take us deeper into the lives of some craven misfits?
- The first two are so terrified of their circulation numbers that they'll do any chaotic, craven thing to boost them (other than print challenging pieces, of course).
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.