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Definitions of "qualmish"

  • Sick at the stomach; affected with nausea or sickly languor; inclined to vomit. adjective
  • Sick at the stomach; inclined to vomit; affected with nausea or sickly languor.
  • Uneasy.

The word "qualmish" in example sentences

"qualmish" for a few hours, but that (they fancy) will but highten the general enjoyment of the voyage.. [Glances at Europe In a Series of Letters from Great Britain, France, Italy, Switzerland, &c. During the Summer of 1851.]

Dim as it was, it seemed to shift, wavering in a disturbingly qualmish fashion, and he shut his eyes, concentrating grimly on what he might do to Richard Brown, and he got the man alone someday.. [A Breath of Snow and Ashes]

I would have set out for London immediately after receiving this piece of intelligence, but my dear angel has been qualmish of late, and begins to grow remarkably round in the waist; so that I cannot leave her in such an interesting situation, which I hope will produce something to crown my felicity.. [The Adventures of Roderick Random]

The decrepit fingers looked like ten claws as they clutched loathsomely at the greasy bread and butter; I felt qualmish, and passed by without addressing him.. [Hunger]

He was too qualmish with the memory of Peter Marlowe's arm and the smell of it and the blood and the clotted mucused bandage that lay on the floor.. [King Rat]

My muse is taken a little qualmish, therefore pray excuse her.. [Life and Remains of John Clare "The Northamptonshire Peasant Poet"]

He did not notice the well-worn carpets burned here and there by the hot cigar-ash; the strong smell of tobacco, impregnated in the curtains, did not make him feel qualmish.. [The French Immortals Series — Complete]

"I hope there is no row between you;" for the idea of an open quarrel between Phil and Acton made Jack rather qualmish.. [Acton's Feud A Public School Story]

"If Britannia rules the waves," said a qualmish writing-master, going to. [The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 331, September 13, 1828]

"Not very," said I, for I was qualmish still, although the fresh air had considerably revived me even in the short time since I had come out of the close cabin.. [The White Squall A Story of the Sargasso Sea]

For a sick qualmish stomach either preparation is an excellent remedy, as the virtue of the bark rests in this essential volatile oil.. [Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure]

Soft the divan on the sides, with spittoons for the qualmish and queesy.. [International Weekly Miscellany - Volume 1, No. 7, August 12, 1850]

Solent, and even voyaged round the Isle of Wight, so to speak, without feeling sea-sick or qualmish, she was confident of being a ` born sailor, 'as the saying goes, and thus only too pleased to have an opportunity of testing her new experiences further.. [Bob Strong's Holidays Adrift in the Channel]

Although the binoculars had forewarned them of this, the adventurers bunched together on the deck with a qualmish feeling and began talking in low tones, as men converse in the presence of mystery, or death.. [The Cruise of the Dry Dock]

I found myself still somewhat qualmish next morning but, none the less, got me to labour on the boat and, her damage being now made good on her larboard side, so far as her timbering went, I proceeded to make her seams as water-tight as I could.. [Martin Conisby's Vengeance]

He had not been seated ten minutes before Dick Blatchford drifted in, smoking a black cigar that gave Keith a slight qualmish feeling.. [The Gray Dawn]

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Qualmish Word Data

  • Pronunciations/ˈkwɑːmɪʃ/
  • Character8
  • Hyphenation qualm ish


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