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used in The Glass Castle

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feelings of uneasiness — especially about whether it is right to do something
  • She had no qualms about telling a saleslady that a dress marked at twenty-five cents was worth only a dime, and she usually got it at that price.
    p. 113.8
qualms = uneasy feelings
There are no more uses of "qualms" in The Glass Castle.

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