Answer: having reservation or doubt, misgivings
Word Origin early 16th century (in the sense 'momentary sick feeling'): perhaps related to Old English cw(e)alm 'pain' of Germanic origin.
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Definition of qualm 1 : a feeling of uneasiness about a point especially of conscience or propriety had no qualms about asking for their help It was about an enduring secular world where people did unspeakable things seemingly without qualm and without any grave consequences to themselves.
nounmisgiving doubt uneasiness regret anxiety uncertainty reluctance hesitation remorse apprehension disquiet scruple compunction twinge orpang of conscienceI had a sudden qualm that all might not be well. Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995 2002
a sudden feeling of apprehensive uneasiness; misgiving: a sudden qualm about the success of the venture. a sudden sensation or onset of faintness or illness especially of nausea.
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