- In this evil hole they cowered, hoping in its shadow to escape the attention of the Eye.
- There now cowered the proud hosts of Saruman, in terror of the king and in terror of the trees.
- It was that more than the drag of the Ring that made him cower and stoop as he walked.
- Cowering they looked up.
- Beware!’ Gollum cowered.
- For a moment the sight of it gladdened the hearts of the hobbits; but Gollum cowered down, muttering curses on the White Face.
- While the grey light lasted, they cowered under a black stone like worms, shrinking, lest the winged terror should pass and spy them with its cruel eyes.
- Soon it would look over the dark ridges of the Ephel Duath, and he would faint and cower in the light and heat.
- He covered his eyes and bent forward, cowering.
- With a dreadful stroke Sam was wakened from his cowering mood.
- He was filthy, haggard, and pinched with weariness, but he cowered no longer, and his eyes were clear.
- He cowered against the stony bank.
- He cowered, trying to creep away into some cranny and to hide.
- They halted, cowering on the evil-smelling ground; but they saw nothing in the gloomy evening sky above, and soon the menace passed, high overhead, going maybe on some swift errand from Barad-dur.
- ’Not that way! No, not that way! ’ whispered Gollum, but the breath between his teeth seemed to tear the heavy stillness like a whistle, and he cowered to the ground in terror.
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