A feeling of uncertainty about the fitness or correctness of an action
A tiny amount
Where he detects or suspects the insertion of fabulous matter he has no scruple in saying so.
The civil war that followed his death, the endless revolutions of Agrigentum, where the weaker side did not scruple to call in Christian help, hindered any real Saracen occupation of eastern Sicily.
Slaves did the greater part of the purchasing, though even the noblest citizens of Athens did not scruple to buy and sell there.
19) acquaints us with another widespread scruple against flesh diet.
He did not scruple to reveal to the king of Navarre secret deliberations, but his fortune soon turned.