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

- As a medical term, malaise is a feeling of general discomfort, uneasiness, or pain, and often the first sign of an infection or other disease. The word...
- 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 U.S. market cars from roughly 1973 to 1983 during which they suffered from very poor performance. The U.S. Federal Government...
- Post-exertional malaise (PEM) is one of the main symptoms of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). PEM is "a dela**** and significant...
- development of individual meaning and identity. In his 1991 M****ey Lecture The Malaise of Modernity, Taylor argued that political theorists—from John Locke and...
- Malaise Créole is a term that was coined in the 1990s to describe the phenomenon of social exclusion by members of the Creole community on the island...
- The Great Malaise (French: Le Mal du siècle) is a Canadian animated short film, directed by Catherine Lepage and released in 2019. A meditation on depression...
- additional major crises, including the Iran hostage crisis and economic malaise. Ted Kennedy, a prominent liberal Democrat who protested Carter's opposition...
- 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...
- well-paying manufacturing jobs, and the general sense of economic and social malaise of what has become known as the New Gilded Age.[citation needed] Meyer's...