Squeamish

Squeam'ish adjective [ Middle English squaimous , sweymous , probably from Middle English sweem , swem , dizziness, a swimming in the head; confer Icelandic svemr a bustle, a stir, Norw. sveim a hovering about, a sickness that comes upon one, Icelandic svi...
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squeamish

Having a stomach that is easily or nauseated; hence, nice to excess in taste; fastidious; easily disgusted; apt to be offended at trifling improprieties. 'Quoth he, that honor's very squeamish That takes a basting for a blemish.' (Hudibras) 'His muse is rustic, and perhaps too plain The men of squeamish taste to entertain.' (Southern) 'So ye grow s...
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Squeamish

• (a.) Having a stomach that is easily or nauseated; hence, nice to excess in taste; fastidious; easily disgusted; apt to be offended at trifling improprieties.
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Squeamish

Squeamish is Dorset slang for sickly, nauseous.
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squeamish

excessively fastidious and easily disgusted
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squeamish

excessively fastidious and easily disgusted
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