What is another word for squeamishly?

Pronunciation: [skwˈiːmɪʃli] (IPA)

Squeamishly is a word used to describe someone who is easily disgusted or queasy. There are several synonyms that can be used to express a similar meaning. One alternative word could be "nauseously," which suggests a feeling of sickness or disgust. Another synonym is "repulsively," which presents a sense of strong distaste and aversion. Additionally, "disgustedly" offers an emotion of revulsion or repugnance. "Distastefully" can be used to explain a strong dislike just as "squeamishly" does. Finally, "unpleasantly" is a more general term that can be used to suggest a negative reaction to something. Overall, these words provide different shades of meaning to the concept of feeling queasy or disgusted.

What are the opposite words for squeamishly?

Squeamishly refers to a cautious or easily nauseated mindset. The antonyms of squeamishly are bravery, composure, and courage. People who are brave and courageous have the ability to face danger without fear. They are mentally and emotionally strong which enables them to remain composed when faced with a sensitive situation. They face difficult situations with resolve, not hesitating or flinching in the face of adversity. These individuals possess a strong constitution and are able to make difficult decisions with confidence. They are not easily upset by gore or unpleasant sights, instead, they are able to calmly handle any situation with ease, displaying their composure.

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Usage examples for Squeamishly

At this he fell to with greater relish than if they had given him francolins from Milan, pheasants from Rome, veal from Sorrento, partridges from Moron, or geese from Lavajos, and turning to the doctor at supper he said to him, "Look here, senor doctor, for the future don't trouble yourself about giving me dainty things or choice dishes to eat, for it will be only taking my stomach off its hinges; it is accustomed to goat, cow, bacon, hung beef, turnips and onions; and if by any chance it is given these palace dishes, it receives them squeamishly, and sometimes with loathing.
"The History of Don Quixote, Volume II., Complete"
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
He printed the title in the following manner:- "The New Inn, or The Light Heart; a Comedy never acted, but most negligently played by some, the King's servants; and more squeamishly beheld and censured by others, the King's subjects, 1629. Now at last set at liberty to the readers, his Majesty's servants and subjects, to be judged, 1631." At the end of this play he published the following Ode, in which he threatens to quit the stage for ever; and turn at once a Horace, an Anacreon, and a Pindar.
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)"
Isaac D'Israeli
A slice of alligator steak, nicely browned, was served on a palmetto fan to Dick, who nibbled squeamishly at the delicate morsel at first, but soon handed back his leafy plate for another helping.
"Dick in the Everglades"
A. W. Dimock

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