have (some/any) qualms about (something or someone)

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have (some/any) qualms about (something or someone)

To have some or certain hesitations, apprehensions, uneasiness, or pangs of conscience (about something or someone). (Also often used in the negative to mean the opposite.) I know it's wrong to feel this way, but I don't have any qualms about telling my boss I'm sick if it means I can have a long weekend. I thought his promotion was a done deal, but it turns out the board of directors has some qualms about Jonathan. Before we start, do you have any qualms about the plan we discussed?
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Irving, who the Celtics are hoping to retain in the summer, was told about Davis' sudden U-turn about not having any qualms about moving to Boston, but the point guard was not ready to give his opinion on the matter at this point as it will lead to questions about his long-term future with his current employers.
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And given he was not born in Newcastle, it's highly unlikely he'd having any qualms about swapping Tyneside for Wearside if the opportunity arose.
Today, homosexual activists increasingly use the term "heterosexist" in place of the previously favoured "homophobic," to deride anyone having any qualms about their agenda.
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I can recall Porto beating us and no one at Aberdeen having any qualms about it."