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As a result, traffic control has risen close to the top when it comes to citizens’ qualms with city services.

You are right about the danger of posting qualms about a child, but the damage is done.

Brooks has no qualms about playing rookies as his usage of last year’s No.

Trustify publicly acknowledged jumping on material hacked and leaked from dating websites without ethical qualms.

Since then, those qualms have been compounded by fears of persistent disinformation campaigns and the growing threat of deep fake video ads.

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Loewen proved to have one qualm that showed he was not a total monster.

Yet I admit to feeling a qualm when I hear this phrase, "moral defense."

Breitbart used those tools without qualm or regret, and he inspired a cohort of young conservative journalists to do likewise.

He sensed she could be coldly calculating; that neither qualm nor principle would keep her from furthering her own ends.

He suffered no qualm of conscience, no revolt of personal honor, no spasm of sympathy or pity.

Her mind never suffered the slightest misgiving, her conscience the least qualm.

Val was conscious of something like a qualm at not having thought about the East, or even the opera, for days.

Hence none felt any qualm as to the strong measures to be adopted towards the hostile sharer of the secret.


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On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to qualm, such as: anxiety, apprehension, disquiet, hesitation, misgiving, and nervousness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.