qualmish[ kwah-mish, kwaw- ]SEE DEFINITION OF qualmish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUALMISH
He could not think, but only felt that he was extremely uncomfortable and qualmish.
Madam, give me leave to take a Glass of Sack, I am qualmish.
The gallant fellow's stomach, too, was qualmish and disturbed.
Soft the divan on the sides, with spittoons for the qualmish and queesy.
The time is gone by when men, or women either, were too qualmish and too queasy to admit the truth even to themselves.
Well, a willful man must have him way; and since you are so qualmish about a little bloodletting, we must try another plan.
I felt myself growing pale and qualmish, but grieved in silence and said nothing.
All the landsmen sicker than sick, and our Viceroy, Stevenson, qualmish.
It was decidedly one of his qualmish mornings, and he was glad to get a full breath of out of door air.
Flattery is the destruction of all good fellowship; it is like a qualmish liqueur in the midst of a bottle of wine.