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1. Cower definition is - to shrink away or crouch especially for shelter from something that menaces, domineers, or dismays
2. (intr) to crouch or cringe, as in fear Word Origin for Cower C13: from Middle Low German kūren to lie in wait; related to Swedish kura to lie in wait, Danish kure to squat
3. Whether they live in the country or city, any mouse will Cower when a huge, hungry cat approaches
4. When you Cower, you're not just afraid
5. How is the word Cower distinct from other similar verbs? Some common synonyms of Cower are cringe, fawn, toady, and truckle
6. While all these words mean "to behave abjectly before a superior," Cower suggests a display of abject fear in the company of threatening or domineering people
7. To bend down or move backward with your head down because you are frightened: The dog Cowered in the corner, realizing she’d done something wrong
8. (Definition of Cower from the Cambridge Academic …
9. Find 24 ways to say Cower, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
10. To Cower is defined as to duck down, crouch or hide in fear
11. An example of Cower is when you are terrified of dogs and hide behind your friend when a dog comes bounding towards you.
12. Cower, causing no damage but lowering your pet's threat, making the enemy less likely to attack your pet
13. Cower Rank 1: Cower Rank 2: Cower Rank 3: Cower Rank 4: Cower Rank 5: Cower Rank 6 - 30 Threat - 55 Threat - 85 Threat - 125 Threat - 175 Threat - 225 Threat:
14. Cower (away) from someone or something to pull away from someone or something in fear
15. The coyote Cowered away from the fire.
16. In a corner formed by two houses, of which one advanced more than the other, she seated herself down and Cowered together.
17. If you Cower, you bend forward and downwards because you are very frightened
18. The hostages Cowered in their seats.
19. BOYS by Cower, released 22 December 2020 1
20. Cow‧er /ˈkaʊə $ -ər/ verb [ intransitive] to bend low and move back because you are frightened Cower back/against/under etc He Cowered against the wall
21. → See Verb table Examples from the Corpus Cower • While the menace may be unstoppable, infection-control doctors are not Cowering helplessly.
22. Definition of Cower verb in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
23. Comment by Arador This actually reduces more threat than max rank feint for rogues (-1170 threat on Cower vs
24. However, rogues get a talent to improve feint by 20%, which causes it to overtake Cower in effectiveness by a small margin (90 threat difference).
25. Definition of Cower written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
26. Cower - traduction anglais-français
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29. What does Cower mean? Information and translations of Cower in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
30. Use Cower in a sentence - Example Sentences for Cower As eagle-beaked, crook-taloned vultures from the mountains swoop down on the smaller birds that Cower in flocks upon the ground, and kill them, for they cannot either fight or fly, and lookers on enjoy the sport-even so did Ulysses and his men fall upon the suitors and smite them on every
31. Cower is a basic aggro reduction ability
32. Cower - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
33. Cower definition: crouch or curl up synonyms: huddle, bow, crouch, stoop antonyms: stretch, extension, straight line, rear, stand, lie
34. ‘They Cower in fear and are thus powerless, because somebody who feels fear is easily controlled, intimidated and subjugated.’ ‘Joel yelled, making Lacey Cower in fear of his sudden burst of anger.’ ‘So now I have stacks and racks of digital video tape and I Cower in fear of the editing process.’
35. Find 24 ways to say Cower, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
36. Trump allies Cower after Capitol insurrection, while Myanmar protests for democracy Myanmar commander in chief blamed voter fraud after huge election loss in justifying military coup.
37. See 2 authoritative translations of Cower in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
38. Synonyms for Cower in Free Thesaurus
39. 14 synonyms for Cower: cringe, shrink, tremble, crouch, flinch, quail, draw back, grovel, huddle, fawn
40. Cower (away) from (someone or something) To move away from someone or something, usually out of fear
41. I Cowered from the snake and prayed that it wouldn't see me.
42. ‘They Cower in fear and are thus powerless, because somebody who feels fear is easily controlled, intimidated and subjugated.’ ‘Joel yelled, making Lacey Cower in fear of his sudden burst of anger.’ ‘So now I have stacks and racks of digital video tape and I Cower in fear of the editing process.’
43. Cower is a damage-reduction pet ability shared by all hunter pets.
44. Examples of Cower in a sentence
45. When he was afraid, the little puppy would crouch down and Cower in fear
46. 🔊 The burglar scared me so badly that all I could do was Cower in the bedroom closet
47. 🔊 I can always count on my cat to Cower in the corner whenever I turn on the vacuum cleaner
48. BOYS by Cower, released 27 November 2020 1
49. For information on the Druid Cat Form ability, see Cower (druid ability)
50. For information on the Hunter Pet Ability, see Cower (pet)
51. Cower reduces the damage taken by the pet by 40% and its movement speed by 50%.