Definition of Malaise. Meaning of Malaise. Synonyms of Malaise

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Definition of Malaise

Malaise
Malaise Ma`laise", n. [F., fr. mal ill + aise ease.] (Med.) An indefinite feeling of uneasiness, or of being sick or ill at ease.

Meaning of Malaise from wikipedia

- Malaise is a feeling of general discomfort, uneasiness, or pain, often the first sign of an infection or other disease. The word has existed in the French...
- A malaise trap is a large, tent-like structure used for trapping, killing, and preserving flying insects, particularly Hymenoptera and Diptera. The trap...
- Malaise Era is a term describing American cars from roughly 1973 to 1983 during which American cars suffered from very poor performance. Until this time...
- Post-exertional malaise (PEM) is one of the main symptoms of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). PEM can be described as "a dela****...
- Malaise (29 September 1892 – 1 July 1978) was a Swedish entomologist, explorer and art collector who is mostly known for his invention of the Malaise...
- "Interview with Charles Taylor: The Malaise of Modernity" by David Cayley: http://www.cbc.ca/ideas/episodes/2011/04/11/the-malaise-of-modernity-part-1---5/ Taylor...
- The Walt Disney Company, commonly known as Disney (/ˈdɪzni/), is an American diversified multinational m**** media and entertainment conglomerate headquartered...
- Ferdinand Malaisé, after 1862 Ritter Ferdinand von Malaisé (23 February 1806, Linz on the Rhine, Germany - 29 June 1892, Munich, Germany). Knight of the...
- Indonesia Malaise is a 1931 film directed by the Wong brothers. It was the brothers' first sound film and one of the first such films in the Dutch East...
- 19th-century French thought was targeted at responding to the social malaise following the French Revolution. Rationalist philosophers such as Victor...
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