- 美[kwɑm, kwɔm]
- n.不安，疑惧; 恶心，眩晕; 忧虑; 良心谴责
- 复数: qualms;
He felt the flowing qualm spread over him.
The doctor seemed seized with a qualm of faintness.
They never know that exam make us qualm and dissatisfaction.
Hurstwood suffered a qualm of body as the car rolled up.
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Lastly she arrived at the tresses and felt a qualm of disgust.
He felt a qualm in his stomach, and it was more in memory of his loneliness.
A soft qualm regret, flowed down his backbone, increasing.
Did she see her husband as capable of murder? She had used the word without a qualm.
1. uneasiness about the fitness of an action
2. a mild state of nausea