[ UK /kwˈɑːm/ ]
- a mild state of nausea
- uneasiness about the fitness of an action
How To Use qualm In A Sentence
- The biggest qualm I have with fair trade is its basic ignorance of comparative advantage.
- We're revisiting the venue to qualm any fears about its suitability.
- The manager has no qualms about dropping players who do not perform well.
- Its Sunday so I have no qualms about posting a slow boring post, if you're reading this today then you're probably bored too.
- So he turned to Micheline Bernardini, an exotic dancer at the Casino de Paris, who had no qualms about appearing nearly nude in public.
- I'm glad to hear you say you have some qualms here.
- The advertising companies, currently employed by the parties, have no qualms about emotional manipulation.
- However these are small qualms against an excellent project that deserves every plaudit for its unique enterprise.
- Dim as it was, it seemed to shift, wavering in a disturbingly qualmish fashion, and he shut his eyes, concentrating grimly on what he might do to Richard Brown, and he got the man alone someday. A Breath of Snow and Ashes
- They had no qualms about banishing a Roger Williams or an Anne Hutchinson and few about hanging the occasional Quaker, all for the sin of daring to differ on points of theology.