Definition of poor-spirited in English:

poor-spirited

Syllabification: poor-spir·it·ed
Pronunciation: /ˈpo͝orˌspiridəd, ˈpôrˌspiridəd/

adjective

archaic
Timid; cowardly.
More example sentences
  • Eustace, a poor-spirited courtier, is routed, and after various complications the lovers are united.

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