I am actually quite squeamish and don't like the sight of blood.
‘I'm never squeamish and I don't usually get upset when I see a body,’ she says.
It's clear that if the regime thinks it can get away with murdering foreign journalists it won't be squeamish about dealing with its internal opposition.
Oddly, eating meat didn't make me feel squeamish or sick.
The squeamish will be relieved to know that all surgery and injections are carried out while the aircraft are on the ground because the risk of turbulence is too high to perform operations in flight.
In particular, is the U.S. media too squeamish about running photos of dead and wounded soldiers?
So it's strange, therefore, and not a little paranoid of the family to be squeamish about the book, because the only truly unflattering portrait painted here is that of its author.
Now I might just warn you girls, if you are squeamish and don't like the sight of men in the raw, then don't bother to check the link.
I didn't mind eating the meat at all, but at that age I was just a little bit too squeamish to join in enthusiastically gnawing away at the poor little bunny's bones.
Daddy has a Robert De Niro kind of understated menace and when you see him at work with his barber's blade, the effect is to make your internal organs shrink with squeamish empathy.