qualm. Antonyms: comfort, ease, self-satisfaction, self-approval.
Some common synonyms of qualm are compunction, demur, and scruple.
logical, middling, wise, poor, deficient, moderate, worthless, prudent, believable, normal, minimum, reasonable, valueless, mean, drab, close, calm, small, farsighted, stingy, simple, foresighted, conserving, unflashy, plain, ordinary, forethoughtful, serious, sensible, forehanded, inexpensive, restrained, temperate,
Noun. ▲ Opposite of a dramatic and wide-reaching change in conditions, attitudes, or operation. stagnation. fixedness.
qualm, scruple, compunction, demur mean a misgiving about what one is doing or going to do. qualm implies an uneasy fear that one is not following one’s conscience or better judgment.
countable noun. If you have no qualms about doing something, you are not worried that it may be wrong in some way. I have no qualms about recommending the same approach to other doctors.
In this page you can discover 35 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for nauseating, like: noisome, sickening, repulsive, disgusting, distasteful, fulsome, loathsome, offensive, qualmish, repugnant and atrocious.
: a feeling of doubt or suspicion especially concerning a future event Many people have expressed misgivings about his ability to do the job.
1: an act of reserving something: such as. a(1): the act or fact of a grantor’s reserving some newly created thing out of the thing granted. (2): the right or interest so reserved.
1. adjective. Someone who is extravagant spends more money than they can afford or uses more of something than is reasonable. We are not extravagant; restaurant meals are a luxury and designer clothes are out.
1a: an instance of excess or prodigality specifically: an excessive outlay of money. b: something extravagant a new car is an extravagance we can’t afford. 2: the quality or fact of being extravagant the extravagance of the decorations.
Some common synonyms of lavish are exuberant, lush, luxuriant, prodigal, and profuse.
Upheaval can generate many different emotions. This can include, but isn’t limited to, anger, anxiety, apathy, feeling tearful, low mood, a sense of losing control, excitement, hopefulness, hopelessness, and isolation. We can’t help how we feel, and we’re allowed wavering emotions.
SYNONYMS FOR upheaval 1 disruption, disorder, turmoil.
claim (v) Antonyms: forego, waive, disclaim, abjure, disavow, abandon, concede, surrender, repudiate. Synonyms: demand, ask, require, insist, pretense, right, privilege, title, request, maintain.