Advanced and Proficiency Vocabulary for Exams(e.g.GRE, Banks, Civil Services, SAT / LSAT). For IELTS/TOEFL, and everyday spoken vocabulary, go to our Spoken Vocabulary Database.

malaise

malaise
Meaning
a general feeling of debility or that something is wrong
  • How to Memorize
    • malaise - unease
  • Analysis

    A ‘malaise’ is a kind of indistinct, hard to describe sense of not being healthy or happy. It can apply both mentally and physically to a person, or more generally to a wider society in the form of mass discontent or despondency. Think of a malaise as a fog that obscures things and makes it hard to see a way forward.

  • Exam DBSpoken DBOther
    Synonymsdespondentdistressdiscontent,
    Antonymsexaltationbliss, ecstasy,
  • Example(s)
    1. The internal strife in that country has been exacerbated by a general malaise affecting the majority of the population.

    2. Until the roots of our current economic malaise can be accurately identified, it’s hard to see a way out of it.

    3. I woke up today with a vague feeling of malaise which left me with no interest in going to work or doing anything at all.



XDownload