squeamish in a sentence
Example sentences for squeamish
My inner pragmatist says politicians shouldn't be too squeamish about using bad economics in a good economic cause.
Some scientists propose a solution that's not for the squeamish.
And then again they might not want to see it, if they are squeamish and couldn't look at it.
It's the kind of story that makes some people squeamish.
Bernie is known to be squeamish about the sight of blood.
There is nothing to tip off the squeamish that we've entered hoof territory.
Those in the crowd pushed aside such squeamish questions.
Definitely not for the squeamish, this horrifying drama contains nudity as well as violence.
They do not want to be submerged in squeamish memories.
There are always some squeamish patients who fear heights.
The thought of shuffling off our mortal coil can make all of us a little squeamish.
Cautioning squeamish viewers to avert their eyes, she raised a flowerpot on high.
And everybody was squeamish, they went back on the boat.
Squeamish readers will already be imagining the horrific problems which arise should the clippers slip from my grasp.
If grub infestation is low, the parasites can be removed from the flesh if family members are squeamish about eating them.
Where problems arise they ought to be addressed without any squeamish restraint.
If growth is important to them, they need to become a lot less squeamish about overheads.
Isolation from farming and from hunting has made us squeamish.
On the show, you seem squeamish when an animal is slaughtered.
Aging is not for the squeamish: skin sags, joints ache and hearing might start to go.
So stop being so squeamish and sensationalizing and smarten up.
All of us have an intuitive feel for risk, but when it comes to use of risk concepts in regulation, everyone becomes squeamish.
If possible, place an empty pail or wastebasket slowly over a small or coiled snake until someone less squeamish arrives.
While the squeamish may be steering clear, investors seem undeterred.
Some of our more squeamish readers will feel cleansed.
Famous quotes containing the word squeamish
Death eats up all things, both the young lamb and old sheep; and I have heard our parson say, death values a prince no m... more
Profusion gives pleasure up to a point; then we become squeamish.... more
Yet, for my part, I was never unusually squeamish; I could sometimes eat a fried rat with a good relish, if... more