malinger

[ muh-ling-ger ]SEE DEFINITION OF malinger

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MALINGER

"Sheep," who has been disposed to malinger, is the worst of the lot.

It was quick work; but Bowles had a college education—he had been only six hours a cowboy when he learned to malinger on the job.

One, of course, can readily see with what facility an individual of the type under discussion could malinger mental symptoms.

No man ever essayed to malinger or to shirk a duty to which he had been allotted by the doctor.

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