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
Paul Ryan, the Republican House Speaker, is more squeamish.
The only retrograde thing here is Merkin’s understanding of feminism, which asks women to bear the full brunt of navigating sexism and gets squeamish about appearing too dangerous to men.
Looming questions over how America will implement its latest sanctions on Russia have made foreign investors squeamish.
There are characters attempting to escape traps by — squeamish alert — amputating their own limbs.
Supporting the Kurds, who have bled and died in a battle against terror the U.S. wanted fought but was too squeamish and war-weary to commit major land forces of its own to, is the right thing to do.
But Republicans are wary of both, and Mulvaney has reportedly been squeamish about committing the administration to supplying the massive amounts of cash required to effectively deal with the crisis.
Kansas City got off comparatively light with a concussion for tight end Travis Kelce, and a graphic leg injury for wide receiver Chris Conley—watching his Achilles’ tendon recoil in slow motion is not for the squeamish.
Lethal rat traps are more common and convenient, but aren't for the squeamish.
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Origin and Etymology of squeamish
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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