Definition of cravenly in English:

cravenly

Pronunciation /ˈkrāv(ə)nlē/ /ˈkreɪv(ə)nli/

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adverb

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‘We do not need to cravenly give up our own civil rights and our freedoms in order to achieve more security.’
  • ‘Well, at least they have a good excuse for a cravenly political move.’
  • ‘I wept, cravenly begged to serve, and vowed to do whatever they wanted me to do.’
  • ‘Surely it is about time that the government stopped cravenly giving these companies every single thing they demand?’
  • ‘Worse still, we cravenly side with that most odious of creatures, the bullying boss.’