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Malinger   Listen
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Malinger  v. i.  (past & past part. malingered; pres. part. malingering)  To act the part of a malingerer; to feign illness or inability.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Malinger" Quotes from Famous Books



... whenever an opportunity arose, and this appreciation of his labours made a deep impression upon him. No attempts were ever made to encroach upon his generosity and kindness, and if any man had dared to deceive him he would have been drastically punished by his colleagues. No man ever essayed to malinger or to shirk a duty to which he had been allotted by the doctor. If the doctor desired a task to be done, no matter how repugnant, it was shouldered lightly and cheerfully. Indeed, there was always a manifestation ...
— Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons - Wesel, Sennelager, Klingelputz, Ruhleben • Henry Charles Mahoney

... very close to them. On the next day Koona went, and but five of them remained: Joe, too far gone to be malignant; Pike, crippled and limping, only half conscious and not conscious enough longer to malinger; Sol-leks, the one-eyed, still faithful to the toil of trace and trail, and mournful in that he had so little strength with which to pull; Teek, who had not travelled so far that winter and who was now beaten more than the others because he was fresher; and Buck, still at the head ...
— The Call of the Wild • Jack London



Words linked to "Malinger" :   skulk, malingerer, shirk, goldbrick, shrink from, fiddle, malingering



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