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    The proper expression

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    I'd like to know the proper expression to describe someone who hasn't the courage to fulfill his threat.

    Thank you,

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    Re: The proper expression

    Quote Originally Posted by motico View Post
    Hello




    I'd like to know the proper expression to describe someone who hasn't the courage to fulfill his threat.


    Thank you,
    'All bark but no bite', or 'His bark is worse than his bite'.

    all bark and no bite - Wiktionary
    [his] bark is worse than his bite | Define [his] bark is worse than his bite at Dictionary.com

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