- n.不安，良心之谴责; 不安， （对某事是否正确感到的）疑虑( qualm的名词复数 );
I've got no qualms about lowering myself to Lemmer's level to get what I want.
I have no qualms about recommending this approach.
He felt no qualms about using expletives in our interview.
I've never had any qualms about getting a high salary.
She went off the Black Pool Conference without qualms.
I sometimes have qualms about our teaching.
He had qualms about letting her go alone.
He cannot help feeling considerable qualms about it.
Xiangzi had already been having qualms, and this made him feel even worse.
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The German Army Command had from the first regarded the invasion of England with considerable qualms.
People for the most part had the sense to conceal whatever imaginative qualms they experienced.
I felt no qualms about my first lust for the flesh being born on holy ground.
Once he'd got started he enjoyed murdering people and had no more qualms or fears.
He would have no qualms about using missiles to unleash a nuclear war.
He had / felt no serious qualms about concealing the information from the police.