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1. morale

noun. ['mɝˈæl'] a state of individual psychological well-being based upon a sense of confidence and usefulness and purpose.

Synonyms

  • mental state
  • psychological condition
  • mental condition

Antonyms

  • unpermissiveness
  • ill nature
  • good nature
  • composure

Etymology

  • moral (French)
  • moralis (Latin)

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Rhymes with Morale

  • institucional
  • internacional
  • guadalcanal
  • nasional
  • commerciale
  • carvajal
  • carbajal
  • rationale
  • perceval
  • maneval
  • dolezal
  • pascale
  • pascal
  • nadal
  • l'oreal
  • generale
  • coval
  • chaparral
  • cargal
  • amaral
  • yigal
  • vitale
  • vidal
  • roubal
  • prchal
  • locale
  • lasalle
  • huval
  • duval
  • doral

How do you pronounce morale?

Pronounce morale as məræl.

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Sentences with morale


1. Noun, singular or mass
Good morale and a common willingness to improve are necessary for this process to succeed.

Quotes about morale


1. These rules may seem simple enough, but it will require great morale and physical courage to adhere to them. But if carried out in the strict sense of the word it will surely lead to a greater success than could otherwise be attained.
- Major Taylor

2. Eating is not merely a material pleasure. Eating well gives a spectacular joy to life and contributes immensely to goodwill and happy companionship. It is of great importance to the morale.
- Elsa Schiaparelli

3. Morale and attitude are fundamentals to success.
- Bud Wilkinson

2. morale

noun. ['mɝˈæl'] the spirit of a group that makes the members want the group to succeed.

Synonyms

  • temperament
  • esprit de corps
  • team spirit

Antonyms

  • sociability
  • unfriendliness
  • cheerfulness
  • willing

Etymology

  • moral (French)
  • moralis (Latin)
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