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qualm

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishqualmqualm /kwɑːm $ kwɑːm, kwɑːlm/ noun [countable usually plural] 🔊 🔊 WORRIEDa feeling of slight worry or doubt because you are not sure that what you are doing is right 🔊 Despite my qualms, I took the job. 🔊 The manager has no qualms about dropping players who do not perform well.
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qualmWe protected ourselves without a qualm.Doctors expressed qualms about the ethics of the treatment.Politicians may have qualms about subsidizing profitable businesses owned by multimillionaires.Jeske has no qualms about coming to Grand Forks and operating an event center that has no proven track record.Chambers hoped to reconcile those readers with religious qualms to the general idea of transmutation.has ... qualms aboutJeske has no qualms about coming to Grand Forks and operating an event center that has no proven track record.
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