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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Physical discomfort (as mild sickness or depression).

Usage examples (35)
  • Her malaise is presented in very contemporary tones.
  • Summer doldrums worsen McGuinty government's second-term malaise
  • This malaise is over, action is a verb that I tend to take to heart in the next year.
  • Well I will ALWAYS have long term malaise as I struggle with long-term depression and anxiety. for more
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  • Despite the friendly hospitality of the "Malays," (the inhabitants of Malaysia) acute "malaise" (vague discomfort) plagued the tourist while he traveled "Malaysia" (Southeast Asian country).
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