I hope it causes people to realize, ‘I can’t be so squeamish anymore about discussing child abuse.
Those too squeamish to get close will shoot the snakes, with pistols, rifles, and shotguns.
The franchise has been squeamish about religion in the past.
Linda Kasabian, a more recent and squeamish recruit, was left to stand guard at the gate.
Americans are still just as squeamish about eating our equine friends as our cousins across the pond.
I shan't be squeamish about asking when there's anything I really want done.
And so squeamish as he is, and so particular about the cider!
But Jack's as squeamish of bloodshed as young Miss that cries at her cut finger.
Clavering isn't the man to be squeamish about hanging a rebel.
I am no squeamish man, or I should have passed a wretched life.
mid-15c., variant of squoymous "disdainful, fastidious" (c.1300), from Anglo-French *escoymous, which is of unknown origin.
He was somdel squaymous
Of fartyng, and of speche daungerous
[Chaucer, "Miller's Tale," c.1386]