malaise

noun muh-LAYZ

an indefinite feeling of debility or lack of health often indicative of or accompanying the onset of an illness
a vague sense of mental or moral ill-being

malaise


Malaise in a sentence:

  • An infected person will feel a general malaise.
  • Hence the malaise both of mind and body
  • the general malaise brings on makes teens care less about grades and attendance.
  • Let us the roots of the current economic malaise.

synonyms

bed
cadaverous
clinically obese
complain of sth
critical list
degenerative
dehydrate
demaciation

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