Thesaurus / malaise

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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.
This time he walked with considerable difficulty, and I noticed an expression of pain and malaise upon his rubicund countenance.
DOCTOR THERNEH. RIDER HAGGARD
The patient suffers from malaise, indigestion, constipation and irregular, rapid and forcible action of the heart.
I am oppressed by a feeling of inappropriateness and malaise at the sight of philosophy in the pulpit.
AMIEL'S JOURNALHENRI-FRDRIC AMIEL
Malaise, an uneasy feeling which often precedes a serious attack of some disease.
THE NUTTALL ENCYCLOPAEDIAEDITED BY REV. JAMES WOOD
Purpura rheumatica commonly begins with malaise, anorexia, debility, sometimes with mild fever.

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