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qualm

A sudden feeling of nausea or faintness.
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But in Princess Drubetskaya's case he felt, after her second appeal, something like qualms of conscience.
That having quietly acquiesced in what was of so much greater importance, it was absurd, if not downright hypocrisy, to affect any qualms at this trifle.
I mastered my qualms and downed it like so much medicine.
The flesh and the qualms of the flesh she was heir to, but the flesh bore heavily only on the flesh.
There seem to be a lot of words for feelings of guilt, such as qualm, compunction and scruple.
Jordan and Ann Qualm of Sherman, South Dakota, cut the heavy plastic into 20-inch lengths to create cages for some of their tomato plants.
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She points out that disaster sites often pose severe hazards for living things, such as scorching temperatures and areas with no oxygen, Murphy also expresses a personal qualm about sending an animal, even a rat, into danger.
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The woman's fight for abortion without qualm, she says, is part of the fight for the "acceptance of the erotic impulse, and one's own erotic impulses, as fundamentally benign and necessary for human happiness.
PAUL POGBA had no qualms about leaving Manchester United in the first place and would probably have no qualms about leaving them again.
Summary: The 27-year-old actress said she has no qualms about declining to pose for selfies with her fans