One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Carl Zimmer describes in his squeamishly gripping book Parasite Rex how, eventually, the barnacle fills the entire carapace of the crab, which becomes, in effect, a zombie.’
- ‘Look out for the man in the hotel lobby, lifting the baby squeamishly from his knee.’
- ‘These creatures are not just squeamishly gross, but also a very real health threat.’
- ‘Woolf squeamishly refrains from explaining how the physical difficulties that would arise from this situation are surmounted.’
- ‘You squeamishly go looking for a quiet spot behind a bush to do your thing.’
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