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timorous
used in Gone with the Wind

3 uses
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Definition
timid (fearful) or shy
  • Melanie, however, did not seem to mind the smells, the wounds or the nakedness, which Scarlett thought strange in one who was the most timorous and modest of women.
    2.8 (95% in)
  • Prissy climbed reluctantly from the wagon with many groans and timorously followed Scarlett up the avenue.
    3.24 (10% in)
  • Uncle Peter feared him only a little less than the devil or the Ku Klux and even Mammy walked silently and timorously around him.
    4.42 (33% in)

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