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But now, faced with the unpleasant part of his task, he was beginning to feel decidedly qualmish.
WARRIOR OF THE DAWNHOWARD CARLETON BROWNE
Madam, give me leave to take a Glass of Sack, I am qualmish.
THE FEMALE WITSANONYMOUS
The gallant fellow's stomach, too, was qualmish and disturbed.
THE HOUSE BY THE CHURCH-YARDJ. SHERIDAN LE FANU
It was decidedly one of his qualmish mornings, and he was glad to get a full breath of out of door air.
MISS RAVENEL'S CONVERSION FROM SECESSION TO LOYALTYJ. W. DE FOREST
Now, do 'ee take the flask; halve it, and gi'e me the rest;—or take it all, if thee dost veel qualmish.
THREE COURSES AND A DESSERTANONYMOUS
Scurvy in the systems of the old prisoners had begun to make their stomachs qualmish and less desirous of food.
OPIUM EATINGANONYMOUS
He could not think, but only felt that he was extremely uncomfortable and qualmish.
THE QUESTFREDERIK VAN EEDEN
I am fain to see it, for I am waundy qualmish dancing to this up-an'-down tune, wi' nought but the wind for my fiddle.
TRADITIONS OF LANCASHIRE, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)JOHN ROBY
I had been aware that this, or something like it, would come, but now that the crisis was at hand I felt qualmish.
MY FRIEND THE CHAUFFEURC. N. WILLIAMSON AND A. M. WILLIAMSON
I felt myself growing pale and qualmish, but grieved in silence and said nothing.
HOW TELL A STORY AND OTHERSMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)

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