Definitions

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  • adjective Experiencing malaise.

Etymologies

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From malaise +‎ -ed.

Examples

  • She is feverish – which happens – and limp-limbed and quiet and malaised – which never, ever happens, not with her.

    Bad Friday | Her Bad Mother

  • She is feverish - which happens - and limp-limbed and quiet and malaised - which never, ever happens, not with her.

    Archive 2008-03-02

  • She is feverish - which happens - and limp-limbed and quiet and malaised - which never, ever happens, not with her.

    Bad Friday

  • French intellectuals will remain amazed, frustrated, malaised.

    Where Are You Now Charles De Gaulle?

  • No-one in this PC malaised-country openly had the guts to state out-loud the bleeding obvious

    Planet Atheism

  • No-one in this PC malaised-country openly had the guts to state out-loud the bleeding obvious

    Planet Atheism

  • But we were supposed to be celebrating the centennial of UNC basketball this year, and it feels a little like America's bicentennial: an epic calendar event that happened to fall in the year 1976, when the entire country was malaised, depressed, stuck in gas lines and wearing checkered polyester leisure suits.

    xtcian

  • No-one in this PC malaised-country openly had the guts to state out-loud the bleeding obvious

    Planet Atheism

  • No-one in this PC malaised-country openly had the guts to state out-loud the bleeding obvious

    Planet Atheism

  • Today, Carter is caricatured as a weak-kneed, sweater-wearing puritan who struggled with lust in his heart, presided over a malaised America, and micromanaged even the scheduling of the White House tennis courts.

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