Synonym: unease, uneasiness. Similar words: raise, praise, laissez faire, laissez-faire, malady, appraise, aisle, waist. Meaning: [mæ'leɪz] n. physical discomfort (as mild sickness or depression).
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1. You can see signs of malaise in our office.
2. He complained of depression, headaches and malaise.
3. The malaise had spread countrywide however.
4. There is a restlessness, a malaise, among the workers.
5. Many wanted to share their strange feelings of malaise.
6. Could economic malaise galvanize the region?
7. He was afflicted by the modern malaise of instability and a fear of life.
8. One factor contributing to this malaise is the buildup of lactic acid in the muscles that can follow heavy drinking.
9. These include general malaise, vision problems, and increases in anxiety and insomnia.
10. The first sign of illness is a malaise no worse than influenza.
11. All the signs of this malaise are here, strewn about like empty Guinness cans on a Sunday morning.
12. It is a malaise that affects both intellectuals and the masses.
13. Their collective mood had found its cellar, a malaise like a ladder they had descended rung by rung.
14. The essence of this constitutional malaise was the changing attitude of the young towards those in authority.
15. A feeling of malaise which had beset him earlier, and which he had blamed on the news from Oxford, persisted.
16. There is no easy short-term solution to Britain's chronic economic malaise.
17. They claim it is a symptom of a deeper and more general malaise in society.
18. We were discussing the roots of the current economic malaise.
19. One year after the crash, the markets remain mired in a deep malaise.
20. The latest crime figures are merely symptomatic of a wider malaise in society.
21. Richardson was reluctant to blame OPEC for this budding return to energy malaise.
22. But too much debate focuses on measures to treat the symptoms of the malaise, rather than tackling the cause.
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23. Britain's neighbours have connected the latest crisis, over foot and mouth, with a deeper malaise.
24. More and more the soldiers felt a certain indefinable malaise during their brief periods of leave at home.
25. The afflicted person will complain of aches and pains, headache, sore throat, loss of appetite, and general malaise.
26. All of these factors taken together helped to bring about a national sense of economic and political malaise.
27. They can also help a floundering organization extricate itself from the depths of a self-inflicted malaise.
28. Which is good, because pinpointing the exact cause of a flu-like malaise is often more art than science.
29. The breakdown of community has brought far more problems than personal malaise, of course. Juvenile crime is up.
30. His productivity and avidity for life could not obliterate an inner malaise.
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