Malaises [noun]

Definition of Malaises:

depression, sickness

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Sentence/Example of Malaises:

The accelerating digital transformation, reduxFrom that malaise we turn to the SaaS and cloud world.

The United States was in the middle of a deep and pervasive malaise, never really regaining its footing after the wholesale destruction of the Summer of Love.

Because the years between 2010 to 2015 were a period of steady economic growth and falling unemployment, it’s unlikely that economic malaise was a factor.

It remains to be seen whether government support has merely delayed heavy losses, or created a bridge for consumers and business until they to get to the other side of the economic malaise.

Add in worry over the global economic malaise, and the 2020 harvest is shaping up to be one of the most troublesome in memory.

There may be fever associated with weakness, headache, general malaise and pain, and this may be marked or rather light.

The majority were more than momentarily tired, they were visibly suffering from some sort of malaise.

I think my malaise is chiefly owing to the depressing influence of town air and town scenes.

Whatever vices I have seem to be exaggerated by my malaise—such "chastening" not answering the purpose of purification in my case.

The King's physical malaise, however, is accompanied by a curious mental agitation and a strange loquacity.