1. avoid responsibilities and duties, e.g., by pretending to be ill
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How To Use malinger In A Sentence

  • However, recent research reported that we have become a nation of malingerers, with nearly six million of us too sick to work.
  • New chapters on Techniques for the Malingering Patient and Assessing Attention - Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
  • I am not usually a hypochondriac, or a malingerer, I'm glad to say. Worried
  • Feldman is a nationally known expert in the areas of factitious disorders, Munchausen by proxy and malingering, having written three books on these subjects.
  • There are cases where the hallucinations may be malingered or may be irrelevant to the criminal activity.
  • And we all have some creative, malingering patients worthy of an Academy Award.
  • Researchers also note the need to examine the patient's psychological status when hysteria, malingering, or factitious illness may be a factor.
  • It's the standard operating put-down with which irate mothers pack off malingering boys - who cite unconnected causes while feigning outlandish illnesses - to school.
  • Malingerer's arm was low, but it never fell below shoulder level.
  • Is Miss Mason suffering from Chronic Pain Disorder or is she malingering…?
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