Definition of cowardy in English:

cowardy

Line breaks: cow|ardy
Pronunciation: /ˈkaʊədi
 
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adjective

(in phrase cowardy custard) British informal
A cowardly person (often used as a taunt by children).
More example sentences
  • As it happens, the cowardy custards didn't publish it, so with his permission I am going to reproduce it here.
  • Pulling out now would just be running away like a cowardy custard.
  • Cower behind the sofa, cowardy custards, as your heart goes pitter-patter.

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