squeamishness

  • 61squeamish — UK [ˈskwiːmɪʃ] / US [ˈskwɪmɪʃ] adjective easily shocked or upset by something unpleasant Derived word: squeamishness noun uncountable …

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  • 62squeamish — /ˈskwimɪʃ / (say skweemish) adjective 1. easily nauseated or sickened; qualmish. 2. easily shocked by anything slightly immodest; prudish. 3. excessively particular or scrupulous as to the moral aspect of things. 4. fastidious or dainty. 5.… …

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  • 63ναυσιάσεως — ναυσιάσεω̆ς , ναυσίασις squeamishness fem gen sg (attic) …

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  • 64ναυσίασις — squeamishness fem nom sg …

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  • 65nausea — [n] sickness in stomach; revulsion abhorrence, aversion, biliousness, disgust, hatred, loathing, offense, qualm, qualms, queasiness, regurgitation, rejection, repugnance, retching, squeamishness, vomiting; concepts 316,410 …

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  • 66scruple — [n] misgiving, doubt anxiety, caution, censor, compunction, conscience, demur, difficulty, faltering, hesitancy, hesitation, pause, perplexity, qualm, reconsideration, reluctance, reluctancy, second thought*, squeamishness, superego, twinge,… …

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  • 67bhares- : bhores- —     bhares : bhores     English meaning: point, stubble (with formants)     Deutsche Übersetzung: “Emporstehendes, Spitze, Borste”     Note: With s extension     Material: bhars Lat. fastigium (*bharsti ) “ the gable end, pediment of a roof;… …

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  • 68squeamish — ► ADJECTIVE 1) easily nauseated or disgusted. 2) having fastidious moral views. DERIVATIVES squeamishly adverb squeamishness noun. ORIGIN Old French escoymos …

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  • 69squeamishly — squeamish ► ADJECTIVE 1) easily nauseated or disgusted. 2) having fastidious moral views. DERIVATIVES squeamishly adverb squeamishness noun. ORIGIN Old French escoymos …

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  • 70squeamish — [skwē′mish] adj. [ME squaymysch, earlier squaimous < Anglo Fr escoimous, orig., disdainful, shy] 1. having a digestive system that is easily upset; easily nauseated; queasy 2. easily shocked or offended; prudish 3. excessively fastidious;… …

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  • 71fastidiousness — noun the trait of being meticulous about matters of taste or style neatness and fastidiousness of dress • Derivationally related forms: ↑fastidious • Hypernyms: ↑cleanliness • Hyponyms: ↑squeamishness …

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  • 72overnice — adjective excessively fastidious and easily disgusted too nice about his food to take to camp cooking so squeamish he would only touch the toilet handle with his elbow • Syn: ↑dainty, ↑nice, ↑prissy, ↑squeamish • Similar to: ↑ …

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  • 73squeamish — adj. 1 easily nauseated or disgusted. 2 fastidious or overscrupulous in questions of propriety, honesty, etc. Derivatives: squeamishly adv. squeamishness n. Etymology: ME var. of squeamous (now dial.), f. AF escoymos, of unkn. orig …

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  • 74fastidium — dēəm noun ( s) Etymology: Latin more at fastidious : a mood of scornful distaste; also : squeamishness …

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  • 75quea|si|ly — «KWEE zuh lee», adverb. in a queasy manner; with squeamishness …

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  • 76quea|si|ness — «KWEE zee nihs», noun. 1. = nausea. (Cf. ↑nausea) 2. uneasiness or disgust. 3. squeamishness …

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  • 77sick|ness — «SIHK nihs», noun. 1. a) the condition of being sick; poor health; illness; disease. b) a particular disease as the cause of this; ailment; malady. 2. nausea; vomiting. SYNONYM( …

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  • 78BREAD — (Heb. לֶחֶם, leḥem), a baked commodity from a cereal flour. The primary sense of leḥem is food in general (Gen. 37:25; Num. 28:2; I Kings 5:2; etc.). The Ugaritic lḥm has the same general sense and the same particular sense, while the Arabic… …

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