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  • One evening as I walked up the hill suffering from youth's vague malaise (there was simply nothing to do), the brother I had chosen came walking directly into my trap.†   (source)
  • Poor Whitcomb, sighed the chaplain, and blamed himself for his assistant's malaise.†   (source)
  • Clearly I had snapped out of my malaise of the previous night.†   (source)
  • And you see, I hope, a Britain emerging from its post-Empire malaise, modernizing, becoming as confident of its future as it once was of its past.†   (source)
  • His unusual conduct was, I believe, a simple by-product of the deepening atmosphere of malaise and fear.†   (source)
  • Very bad," he said, as though he were sinking into some long-term spiritual malaise.†   (source)
  • Once more his very presence made her feel better; she was suffused by a drowsy fatigue but the nausea and deep malaise were gone.†   (source)
  • Burnham hoped for an early cure to the nation's financial malaise, but the economy did not oblige.†   (source)
  • But Alan did not want to despair, and did not want to be dragged down with his seatmate's malaise.†   (source)
  • And even aside from my heartache over Sophie, I stirred inside with a fretful, unhappy malaise.†   (source)
  • There's an atmosphere of malaise in the camp, and I believe it's partly due to a host of anticipations, both good and bad.†   (source)
  • She had no tolerance for whining, for any sort of malaise in the midst of the bounty of their suburban life.†   (source)
  • Malaise.†   (source)
  • And thus to suggest at this point the difficulty she had in telling Blackstock about the fearful malaise which had overtaken her, and which she felt must be the result of her rape in the subway.†   (source)
  • And so the melancholy which had taken hold of me when I left Yetta Zimmerman's and journeyed by subway to stay with my father in Manhattan had been as close to creating an excruciating physical malaise as any I had ever known—most surely since my mother's death.†   (source)
  • Many people who did not die right away came down with nausea, headache, diarrhoea, malaise, and fever, which lasted several days.†   (source)
  • At about the same time — he lost track of the days, so hard was he working to set up a temporary place of worship in a private house he had rented in the out— skirts — Mr Tanimoto fell suddenly ill with a general malaise, weariness, and feverishness, and he, too, took to his bedroll on the floor of the halfwrecked house of a friend in the suburb of Ushida.†   (source)
  • employers developed a prejudice against the survivors as word got around that they were prone to all sorts of ailments, and that even those, like Nakamura-san, who were not cruelly maimed and had not developed any serious overt symptoms were unreliable workers, since most of them seemed to suffer, as she did, from the mysterious but real malaise that came to be known as one kind of lasting A-bomb sickness: a nagging weakness and weariness, dizziness now and then, digestive troubles, all aggravated by a feeling of oppression, a sense of doom, for it was said that unspeakable diseases might at any time plant nasty flowers in the bodies of their victims, and even in those of thei†   (source)
  • Mr. Babcock's moral malaise, I am afraid, lay deeper than where any definition of mine can reach it.†   (source)
  • The important towns they build are only retreats, their quarrels the malaise of men who cannot find their way home.†   (source)
  • To-day, in mysterious malaise, he raged or rejoiced with equal nervous swiftness, and to-day the light of spring was so winsome that he lifted his head and saw.†   (source)
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