View definitions for qualms
noun as in conscience
Incidentally, Rousteing has no qualms with fast-fashion brands appropriating his designs either.
But there is something admirable about what it is doing, and about the fact that it has no qualms about it.
Qualms about violence versus sex aside, the book is a finely spun tale.
Our guide had no qualms about asking us to sleep closer, and, when we refused, he informed us he hated us.
Even those young evangelicals who still have qualms about gay marriage can find friends outside the wagon circling.
You may have similar qualms over rent and the rightness and wrongness of it.
Did Mr. Gryce suffer from any qualms of conscience at having elicited so much and imparted so little?
Commercial dealings took the most questionable forms: adulteration of products went on unchecked by any qualms of honesty.
Once or twice I felt qualms of pity for the old man, he was such an abject figure in the hands-of that terrible antagonist.
And, do you know, I don't think I have many qualms about this England of ours, however badly she behaves sometimes.
On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to qualms, such as: shame, censor, compunction, demur, duty, and morals.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.