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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsqueamishsqueam‧ish /ˈskwiːmɪʃ/ adjective  1 SHOCKeasily shocked or upset, or easily made to feel sick by seeing unpleasant things2 the squeamishsqueamishness noun [uncountable]
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squeamishHe doesn't consider himself squeamish.There's no time to feel squeamish.Though insects are a dietary staple in much of the world, squeamish Western palates resist.Entomology became more fashionable once better killing bottles provided the squeamish with a less offensive method of collecting specimens.
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