Malinger in a sentence

Use Malinger in a sentence

Malinger meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [verb] deliberately avoid work by pretending to be sick;

Office manager accused Tom of malingering.

It is really hard to differentiate malingering workers from those who are really sick.

It is certain that she’s not malingering. She looked terrible when we visited him last night.

The report claimed that women may be more likely to malinger than men.

Before their studies, people with hysteria were often believed to be malingering.

When a malingering Bradley is fired, Mrs. Powers takes over as press liaison.

Some in the media even interpreted these complaints as whining or malingering , citing Richard’s reputation for moodiness.