crybaby, rely on, pullet, anticipate, icteric, hen, yellow-bellied, sniveller, complainer, whiner, biddy, dastard, yellow-belly, moaner, volaille, recreant, yellowed, yellowish, cock, xanthous, broiler, squawker, lily-livered, white-livered, fear, coward, wimp, chickenhearted, scandalmongering, grumbler, poltroon, fowl, funk, Gallus Gallus, bellyacher, jaundiced, put trust in, red jungle fowl, sensationalistic, poulet, rooster, depend on
cowardly (part of speech: adjective)
meat (part of speech: noun)
kidney, sirloin, fillet, lamb chop, tripe, chop, wiener, frankfurter, meat, meat loaf, tenderloin, lamb, bacon, spareribs, porterhouse steak, ground beef, ribs, filet mignon, cutlet, minute steak, flesh, roast beef, Canadian bacon, pot roast, sirloin steak, pork chop, hot dog, T-bone steak, flank, poultry, sausage, loin chop, brisket, liver, mutton, smoked sausage, ham, pork, roast, venison, ham hock, veal, hamburger, beef, rump roast, meat pie, turkey
- I will have another bit of chicken, if you please, Mr. Randolph. - "Daisy in the Field", Elizabeth Wetherell.
- The poor little thing was afraid to say it was a chicken- farm she wanted! - "Gaslight Sonatas", Fannie Hurst.
- When I was Mrs. S. I felt quite unhappy, and when Dicky was the unfortunate monarch who perished in the French Revolution he told me afterwards he didn't half like it when it came to the guillotine, though, of course, he knew the knife was only the little sliding- door of the chicken- house. - "Oswald Bastable and Others", Edith Nesbit.