Shall we squeamishly yield what is set under our eyes, and clutch at it when it vanishes?
Stern anti-sentimentalists sometimes point out that we react too squeamishly to the abuse of Popes deformity.
He found Harper playing it squeamishly on the wriggling fragments of another yard-long ant.
Some men are so squeamishly and nervously chivalrous that they will be taken in by such a beggar every time.
And yet I almost like the girl, or should if she had been less proudly and squeamishly brought up.
A pretty market we should have brought our fish to, if we should now squeamishly decline to wind our own mellow horn!