I am not squeamish in such cases when manners are concerned.
In the 13th century, though with squeamish phrases, it pronounced sentence of death.
Yet, for my part, I was never unusually squeamish; I could sometimes eat a fried rat with a good relish, if it were necessary.
Some people feel a bit squeamish about buying used shoes, but auction sites like eBay require their sellers to sell only freshly-washed clothing and shoes.
For another, you might feel kind of squeamish having someone put a face to your naughty negligee.
The Answer Pregnancy test is perfect for women who are squeamish about trying to hold a test stick under their urine stream for five seconds without either dropping the stick or missing the stream of urine.
Many owners are down right squeamish about trimming their dog's nails, for fear of hurting their pet or making him bleed.
Digital scrapbooking can be a wonderful way to save money, but the thought of learning how to use Photoshop Elements or Photoshop CS3 is enough to make many crafters feel a bit squeamish.
This may sound like a bit of a squeamish proposition, but it's not as bad as it sounds, especially if your vet is good at keeping your dog calm.
The sight of the knife in her hand still made her squeamish.
This was no time to get squeamish.
Strych 14th June 2004, 22:07 And by " not for the squeamish " I mean its a bit icky.
squeamish about these things.
squeamish about matters which most scientists take completely for granted.
squeamish at the sight of blood or injury.
Do these images make you feel a bit squeamish?
squeamish readers to look away now.
squeamish nature, this book may not be for you.
Are you too squeamish to be a 17th century surgeon?
I am not so squeamish about pain as that.
You're not squeamish about that kind of thing, are ya?
Shelly gets very squeamish at this point, apparently honestly.
If you're a little squeamish, I also suggest you have a cushion nearby.
I freaked out completely at the sight of the open wound cos Im really squeamish at the best of times.
Mr Snowball said one of the reasons there were more claims was because society was becoming more squeamish.
People have got to stop being squeamish about these things.
If you are of a squeamish nature, this book may not be for you.
You 're not squeamish about that kind of thing, are ya?
If you 're a little squeamish, I also suggest you have a cushion nearby.
Remember, do n't go near these books if you 're squeamish, because this really is science with the squishy bits left in !
It is probably time for linguists to be less squeamish about matters which most scientists take completely for granted.
We humans have a tendency to be squeamish at the sight of blood or injury.
Some of the artwork on this website might not be suitable for children, or those of a squeamish disposition.
I must warn squeamish readers to look away now.
Hand-picking is very effective if you aren't squeamish.
If anyone is thinking about lenses but feels squeamish, I would encourage them to go for it.
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