use poltroonery in a sentence.
Because the driver has (as is his wont) omitted such petit-bourgeois poltroonery as insurance, driving licence and vehicle registration, it will not matter if he is on every visit tracked from low Earth orbit by some huge American spy satellite.
Abdication of responsibility mothered by political poltroonery, thy name is Congress.
I'm used to it; not the least irony of my undetected poltroonery is the awe my fearsome reputation inspires.
I couldn't believe such poltroonery, myself, and said so, loudly.
We dare not stigmatize Argyle with poltroonery; for, though his life was marked by no action of bravery, yet he behaved with so much composure and dignity in the final and closing scene, that his conduct upon the present and similar occasions, should be rather imputed to indecision than to want of courage.