Examples of squeamish in a Sentence
I used to be squeamish about eating raw fish.
I'm too squeamish to watch horror movies.
Recent Examples of squeamish from the Web
The D.C. foreign-policy establishment is pretty squeamish about Trump.
At the ramshackle Sawyer family farm in rural Texas in 1955, a young Jed Sawyer (Boris Kabakchiev) proves squeamish when his demonic mother Verna (Taylor) tries to initiate him into the clan tradition of chainsaw slaughter.
They’ve remained committed to automaking through times when squeamish stockholders would’ve bailed.
PULLMAN, Wash. -- Washington State head coach Mike Leach was winding down in his office after football practice this week when a reporter posed questions about a number of potentially squeamish subjects, including North Korean nukes and the Bible.
Note to squeamish guests: The urn on display, which is wrapped in a Harvard scarf, is empty.
Martin’s books aren’t for the squeamish, but HBO took the lewd elements to the next level.
Havana is not a city for people who are squeamish about sweat.
But state school board members are squeamish about such a plan.
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Origin and Etymology of squeamish
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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