Once again, Republican pusillanimity in the face of gun fanaticism threatens to gut sane gun legislation in Congress.
A man bold in words as in deeds, he vehemently denounced the pusillanimity which would wait either for Parma or for nightfall.
The pair in the malthouse might have eluded all search but for the steward's pusillanimity.
It made me angry at myself; I despised myself for my pusillanimity.
Like all courageous people, he despises cowardice and pusillanimity.
In all this there is great moral cowardice, pusillanimity, and want of manly independence of character.
And therefore much Laughter at the defects of others is a signe of pusillanimity.
The sections, of course, knew nothing of the new commander or of Buonaparte, and recalled only Menou's pusillanimity.
Ferdinand was enraged at what he considered the pusillanimity of the king.
Is it better to err on the side of generosity to God, or on the side of pusillanimity?
late 14c., from Middle French pusillanimité (14c.), from Church Latin pusillanimitatem (nominative pusillanimitas) "faintheartedness," from Latin pusillanimis "fainthearted, having little courage" (see pusillanimous).