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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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If he's a rogue, a thief or gutless I wish to God they'd send me ten more of them.
Harry Connery released me and I turned to see Gutless Wonder.
GUTLESS is the perfect way to describe health secretary Andrew Lansley for his refusal to address the Royal College of Nursing conference in Liverpool.
WELSH Labour MPs by voting with the Government to support post office closures have proven that they are both hypocrites and gutless.
In all my time with the club I have never felt as embarrassed by a result as this - we were spineless and gutless.
A New York meter maid who is so gutless he'll pay threatening violators' parking tickets for them, Heder's Roger can't even impress the at-risk kids he tries to Big Brother.
It was a gutless performance and I want players to wear their hearts on their sleeves.
CLAIRE HARRISON A GUTLESS performance played by players with no pride or commitment or even a willingness to put their bodies on the line.
The whole thing lacked mystery and character and was a gutless pastiche.
I am too polite, or gutless to ask for directions to Sachenhausen, one of the preserved work/death camps.
Ms Foreman, you're a real hero to the rest of us to come to court and to stand up to a gutless coward.
Dwight Drake, author of Gutless Neglect: America's Biggest Money Crisis, is a retired business, estate and tax-planning attorney.
They just might, because Moshe Yaalon is not some gutless dove.
We felt that Harchibald has been much maligned by a lot of the English Press in saying that he's gutless,'' Meade said.
Amorphous, gutless, and brainless, simple sponges were the first multicellular animals.