Coward (27)

A coward has no scar.
— African (Shona)

A coward's fear can make a coward valiant.
— English

A coward often deals a mortal blow to the brave.
— French

A valiant man's look is more than a coward's sword.
— English

A courageous foe is better than a cowardly friend.
— English

Better be a coward than foolhardy.
— French

Between two cowards, he has the advantage
who first detects the other.
— Italian

Caution is no cowardice; even fleas are armed.
— Russian

Cowards have no luck.
— German

Cowards don't play at cards.
— Russian

Cowards are cruel.
— English

Cowards die often.
— English

Despair gives courage to a coward.
— English

Even a coward pursues him who runs away.
— Czech

For compassion and cowardice there is no remedy.
— Yiddish

He who is a traitor is a coward.
— Turkish

Make a coward fight and he will kill the devil.
— English

Many would be cowards, if they had courage enough.
— English

Necessity and opportunity may make a coward valiant.
— English

Nobody is a coward when his rights are trampled upon.
— Filipino

Strength avails not a coward.
— Italian

The virtue of a coward is suspicion.
— English

The mother of the coward does not grieve for him.
— African (Egypt)

The real coward runs even if he is not wounded.
— Filipino

The eye is a coward.
— Kenyan

To evade danger is not cowardice.
— Filipino

Under a brave general there are no cowardly soldiers.
— Japanese

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