(n.) An indefinite feeling of uneasiness, or of being sick or ill at ease.
(1) An 18 yr old previously well male Taiwanese was admitted with malaise, anorexia, and jaundice for two weeks.
(2) Malaise, fatigability, low-grade fever, aching chest pain and mild cough lasting a few days to a few weeks are usual.
(3) Like low blood pressure after a heart attack, then, cheap oil should arguably be regarded not as a sign of rude health, but rather as a consequence of malaise.
(4) Symptoms most commonly associated with radiation sickness, such as malaise, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dysphagia, dermatitis, and depleted hemopoietic elements, are usually seen late in the course of radiation therapy or shortly thereafter.
(5) Both presented with abdominal pain and malaise, with hepatomegaly and a variable degree of hepatocellular dysfunction.
(6) A 39-year-old man born in Miyazaki Prefecture was admitted because of jaundice and general malaise of about 10 days' duration.
(7) Other rats tended to avoid the high fat to an extent that was greater than predicted by the theory, suggesting that the fat diet may have caused malaise.
(8) The effect during hypovolemia was evident when subjects had access to adulterated physiological saline, a solution more responsive to the PEG-induced need state, and quinine group behavior was not easily explained in terms of the tastes of quinine and saline combined together nor in terms of a posttreatment malaise effect.
(9) The second case, a 64-year-old man who had used ultrasonic humidifier in his living room, was admitted for 8 weeks with an illness characterized by cough, low fever and general malaise on 22 January 1987.
(10) Faced with such systemic social, economic and environmental malaise we need to build a broad base of campaign leaders from across civil society – people from major non-profits, trade unions and environmental, social justice and faith groups.
(11) Seven of the 12 patients had therapy stopped because of complications; severe malaise and nausea (three cases), decreased renal function (three cases), and blindness (one case).
(12) Toxic reactions included pyrexia, headache, and malaise, which were mild to moderate.
(13) Central to Europe's economic malaise is that its banks are in poor shape.
(14) Two cues, either size or flavor of food pellet, were conditionally paired with either malaise induced by x-ray or pain induced by shock in four groups of rats.
(15) Common clinical symptoms were headache (60%), exertional dyspnea (42%), dizziness (36%), and malaise or weakness (34%).
(16) Interestingly, their report, Tax Evasion Across Industries: Soft Credit Evidence From Greece, which documents the hidden, non-taxed economy, blames the current malaise not on dodgy taxi drivers or moonlighting refuse collectors, but on the professional classes.
(17) The baby was fed breast milk only when the mother became acutely ill with fever, arthralgia and malaise.
(18) The English have escaped from the stifling post-imperial malaise to provide a political and economic system which is both continuous and dynamic, attracting capital and enterprise from all over the world.
(19) It’s not a strange side effect of Brexit malaise – it’s World Yoga Day.
(20) An indication of the general malaise in the regional market is shown by the Evening Post's circulation slip of 10.9% year on year in the six months to last December, to 34,851 .
(n.) The doing of an act which a person ought not to do; evil conduct; an illegal deed.
(1) A vote for Hillary means we can not count on the press to honestly and diligently keep the public informed of Hillary’s potential malfeasance.
(2) Chinese media reports suggest the evidence laid out against Liu represented only a fraction of his malfeasance.
(3) This is what most Americans are sick of, perhaps even more than financial malfeasance itself – that the system is, by its nature, tilted to favor banks and wealthy traders and bankers, with their greater resources.
(4) "Leakers and whistleblowers, together with the investigative journalists they inform, are a critically important pressure valve, however imperfect, that protect us from an overreaching national security establishment that uses the justifiable needs of operational secrecy to avoid scrutiny for its errors of judgment, incompetence, or malfeasance.
(5) In shifting the focus of regulation from reining in institutional and corporate malfeasance to perpetual electronic guidance of individuals, algorithmic regulation offers us a good-old technocratic utopia of politics without politics.
(6) Cameron has some specific issues to answer about his conduct, most of which refer to his judgment as opposed to any malfeasance.
(7) Koirala has promised he will fire any official suspected of malfeasance, which has gone some way to reassure donors.
(8) Three hours of sexual and pharmacological excess, wanton debauchery, unfathomable avarice, gleeful misogyny, extreme narcotic brinksmanship, malfeasance and lawless behaviour is a lot to take, and some have complained of the film's relentlessness, which, if understood in formal terms, I think may be one of its main aims.
(9) Instead, with rising poverty and runaway unemployment, malfeasance and mistrust remain widespread.
(10) Finding stories of Australian corporate malfeasance on either continent requires expensive and time-consuming work.
(11) Thus far, no credible evidence of vote fraud or electoral malfeasance exists, despite an evidence-free claim from Trump himself .
(12) Week after week, we have seen dramatic allegations of malfeasance at UK and US banks.
(13) If ever there was a case of blatant corporate malfeasance, it’s surely the secret payments and toleration of blatant misconduct by Ailes and O’Reilly.
(14) As society's values are changing, manifested by an accelerated crime rate, malfeasance in high places, and seeming social indifference, have nurses maintained their ethical equilibrium?
(15) In keeping with their typically cautious pattern when discussing classified information, Wyden and Udall did not provide details about their claimed "iceberg" of surveillance malfeasance.
(16) Corruption is a cross-national issue and weak financial oversight only encourages the abuse of power and fiscal malfeasance by offering a safe and easily accessible hiding place for purloined funds.
(17) One understanding holds "Benghazi" as a watchword for government malfeasance.
(18) Enough, you might think, to make a New Jersey voter miss Jim McGreevey and Bob Toricelli , the state's former champions of political malfeasance.
(19) Regulators' year-old efforts to rein in malfeasance by assembling drug price databases and checking hospital invoices have barely made a dent.
(20) The armed services chief, General Wiranto, visited him regularly, while Habibie kept in ambiguous touch and investigations into Suharto's malfeasance got nowhere.