Quailing [verb]

Definition of Quailing:

cower, shrink

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Sentence/Example of Quailing:

She signed to the Seven, and they came huddling to her like quail; she put them behind her.

Quail ran in droves and rose among the mesas like young thunder.

Out in the back-pasture, a quail could flutter up under his nose unharmed.

The plant comes from an egg, which is about the size of a quail's egg.

Here is a task before which we quail in this generation of vast vistas.

If I start or quail before you, may she never again be mine!

Her face was very pale, but perfectly still, and her eyes did not quail.

The owl went to the quail and said, "Will you let me have one of your children to come and live with me?"

The owl crept up to the quail's home as softly as she could.

Hereafter, you will see that I'll not quail in the face of the most deadly dangers.