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Craven definition is - defeated, vanquished. How to use craven in a sentence. ... See the full definition for craven in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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Craven definition, cowardly; contemptibly timid; pusillanimous. See more.

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Definition of craven - contemptibly lacking in courage; cowardly.

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A mythical creature who dwells only during daylight hours. Moonlight is said to burn the flesh of a Craven, much like sunlight burns the flesh of a vampire.

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A craven man is no Superman or Spiderman, nor is he a firefighter or a soldier. A craven man is the opposite of those guys: he has not an ounce of courage.

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See also: Craven ... craven (comparative more craven, superlative most craven) ... craven in The Century Dictionary, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., 1911.

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One might redeem oneself through faith or works up to a point, but in practice, unless intellectuals were kept in a state of craven fear, they persisted in making ...

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craven definition: The definition of craven is someone or something cowardly, fearful or lacking in any type of courage. (adjective) A person who runs and hides  ...

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Craven definition: Someone who is craven is very cowardly. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.