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gutless wonder

A timorous, insipid, or apprehensive person; someone without conviction, confidence, or courage. All those gutless wonders in Congress never get anything done unless the big corporations tell them it's OK.
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gutless wonder

n. a totally spineless person. George, don’t be such a gutless wonder! Stand up for your rights!
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Yeh," Gutless put in, "ain't mamma gonna spank when mamma gets you home?
They have harped on constantly about the need to keep local post offices open, but when it came to the crunch they were gutless and afraid of the Labour whips.
It was a gutless performance and I want players to wear their hearts on their sleeves.
We felt Harchibald has been much maligned by a lot of the English press in saying that he's gutless and he's this and he's that and the other,'' Meade told At The Races.
We felt that Harchibald has been much maligned by a lot of the English Press in saying that he's gutless,'' Meade said.
MY experience of diesels is that they are noisy, gutless and boring.
The whole thing lacked mystery and character and was a gutless pastiche.
2 BENFICA WIN 5-3 ON AGG GUTLESS one week, gutted the next.
My message to theses gutless cowards is, come back and face me without the gun or the face masks on.
Our gutless authorities refuse a referendum on capital punishment yet they allow tit for tat killings in Afghanistan, where our military personnel are fighting and dying.
I'm first to think about City in a positive way but that performance on Saturday was one of the worst displays from a City side in ages - it was gutless.
FURIOUS Ayr gaffer Robert Connor slammed his men as gutless after they crashed to a third home league defeat on the trot.
CLAIRE HARRISON A GUTLESS performance played by players with no pride or commitment or even a willingness to put their bodies on the line.
That huge sigh of relief that you just heard was Phil Spector's reaction to the Michael Jackson verdict when yet another gutless star-struck jury gave a free pass to another celebrity for bad acts.