general malaise

general malaise

general illness or unwellness; characteristic of spreading infection
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s "after that first half it would have been easy to let that drift into the second half and there be a general malaise about the place," he said.
Still, a few countries will not let the general malaise dampen their spirits.
The book is a thoughtful account of a general malaise in the political system and is worthy of attention.
The director, Ebrahim Saeedi, releases a statement saying that his film "focuses on one small element of forced migration as a means of illustrating a general malaise.
One of his wives told Sudan Tribune on Monday that her husband's health had improved significantly, although he continues to suffer from general malaise, muscle weakness and slowness in his speech.
Warning signs include a fever, headache, sore throat and general malaise within 21 days of visiting the aected areas.
You got the feeling that because Root is still so fresh to the international scene that he was not about to let the general malaise get to him.
European markets were flat as a general malaise took hold over the looming threat of a US government shutdown amid wrangling on Capitol Hill, while on Wall Street the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down in early trading.
But so too does the general malaise of low expectations, which has been particularly evident for the US because of the fiscal concerns so visibly overshadowing the economy for much of the last year or two.
Testosterone is an essential male hormone and having less of it will lead to lethargy, weaker muscles and general malaise.
Many of the clinical signs - breathing problems, clotting problems and general malaise - can be confused with other illnesses.
The whole philosophy of detox is based on the unlikely premise that accumulated toxins cause a sluggish metabolism, weight gain, general malaise and so on.

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