general malaise

general malaise

general illness or unwellness; characteristic of spreading infection
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He explained that this disease is characterized by skin rash or skin rashes, general malaise in three or four days, fever, sore throat and, between the third or fourth of the discomfort, the rash appears as welts throughout the body .
These mild infections are characterised by a general malaise, headache and a light fever.
The lawsuit, filed Monday on behalf of five inmates, alleges the sheriffs office should have known shutting off the water and limiting the inmates to five water bottles per day for all purposes would result in them becoming sick or experiencing general malaise.
They are OK if you get them off within 12 hours but, any longer, you get general malaise and headaches.
They are OK if you get them off within 12 hours but if they are on for any longer, they just get you general malaise and headaches.
She is plagued by uncertainty, ambivalence, and a feeling of general malaise -- until an unexpected, fatal lung-cancer diagnosis prompts her to embark on a quest to find her biological mother.
Cathay Pacific's new airport lounges are designed to calm the loopy circadian rhythms and general malaise that can set in between flights.
Testosterone is the essential male hormone, and having less of it will lead to lethargy, weaker muscles and general malaise.
As the government now mulls banning diesel cabs but not private diesel cars, it is symptomatic of the general malaise that afflicts Indian bureaucracy.
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.

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