What is another word for qualms?

119 synonyms found


[ kwˈɑːmz], [ kwˈɑːmz], [ k_w_ˈɑː_m_z]

Qualms are uneasy feelings of doubt, hesitation or uncertainty. When it comes to finding synonyms for this word, there are plenty of options available. For instance, some popular synonyms for qualms include apprehension, misgiving, apprehensiveness, doubt, uncertainty, hesitation, skepticism, suspicion, unease, or second-thought. Each one of these synonyms convey a similar meaning to qualms, and are frequently used in literature, news and everyday conversation. Whether you're looking to express concern about a personal situation, or discuss your doubts and apprehensions in public, using synonyms like these can help you communicate your thoughts and feelings more effectively.

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Usage examples for Qualms

Violante Comparini has cheated her husband into accepting a base-born girl as his own, and a well-born gentleman into marrying her, but was ready to have qualms of conscience as soon as it should be convenient to tell the truth; and now the moment has come.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr
I shall also send you other subscriptions, which you may turn over to Mr. Hobart Taylor in the event of your discovering that gentleman has fewer qualms of conscience than yourself in the matter.
"Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions"
Slason Thompson
It is my own affair, Paul, and if you feel cowardly qualms, go home like a good boy to your mamma and tell her what a naughty woman I am.
James Huneker

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