squeamish[ skwee-mish ]SEE DEFINITION OF squeamish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SQUEAMISH
Damn your squeamish stomach, go directly, or I'll go myself.
Since when have you become so squeamish about card-playing, Mr. Linton?
The Englishmen of those days were not so squeamish or so indifferent.
Even for the most squeamish the discomforts of the voyage lay behind.
"It is only a woman, squeamish," Pierre said in a rough voice.
I am not squeamish in such cases when manners are concerned.
And so squeamish as he is, and so particular about the cider!
Clavering isn't the man to be squeamish about hanging a rebel.
I am not squeamish, and then I always prefer to stand by the woman.
But you'll not be so squeamish about the way folks look when they air dead after a while.