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Use "qualms" in a sentence
""The reality is, these become exclusive for the use of dogs to the exclusion of other users," said Parks Board Chairman Terry Holme, who supported the proposal despite what he described as "qualms.""
"I found out early on that the best way to disarm their initial qualms is to make them laugh."
"It must be remembered that I am dealing with an order of Nature which knows nothing of our shames and qualms, which is not only unconscious of itself but unconscious of anything but its immediate desire; but I am dealing with it to the understanding of a very different order, to whom it is not enough to do a thing which seems good in its own eyes, but requisite also to be sure of the approbation of its fellow-men."