むかつき, 不安, くらくら, 気兼ね
Noun(1) uneasiness about the fitness of an action(2) a mild state of nausea
(1) You have the usual momentary qualm in your belly and a bursting sensation in the ears, but not much sensation of movement till you get near the bottom, when the cage slows down so abruptly that you could swear it is going upwards again.(2) ├ö├ç├┐I had a momentary qualm when I was told that the plane was something called a Yak, but it delivered me in time to review the papers on Today├ö├ç├û.(3) Something perhaps in his white set face gave her a momentary qualm , for at tea that afternoon there was toast on the table, a delicacy which she usually banned on the ground that it was bad for him(4) There are many people who do many right things under the influence of sickness, affliction, death in the family, public calamities or a sudden qualm of conscience.(5) He was suddenly surprised to experience a sudden qualm of deep and genuine regret.(6) It is certainly true that some media organisations have no qualms about taking other media organisations to court.(7) Politicians who have no qualms about lying believe that politics is the highest form of skulduggery.(8) On the other hand, I have no qualms about offering a lower price than my competitors do if my costs are lower as well.(9) And these days it is not just a partner - legal firms have no qualms about poaching entire teams.(10) I would have no qualms about people having to take an oath of allegiance on entering the country.(11) Fans of this show should have no qualms about picking this one up because of the mostly solid transfers.(12) Avex officials say young people have no qualms about copying and distributing music.(13) He had not been seated ten minutes before Dick Blatchford drifted in, smoking a black cigar that gave Keith a slight qualmish feeling.(14) The legal age of consent is a curious weapon in the hands of those who would otherwise have no qualms about child marriage.(15) But we expect loyalty and have no qualms about throwing someone out of the group if they don't play fair with us.(16) But when I see cats prowling on my property, I have no qualms about dousing them with water.
qualm, qualmish, qualms
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