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Poltroon (pahl-TROON)  A spiritless coward : craven. Poltroon has been used for wimps and cravens since the early 16th century at least. English picked up poltroon from Middle French, which in turn got it from Old Italian poltrone, meaning "coward." The Italian term has been traced to the Latin pullus, a root that is also an ancestor of pullet ("a young hen") and poultry.


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