Definition of morale
- The team's morale is high.
- The ship's morale improved after two days of shore leave.
- The failure of his play did not affect his morale.
The team is playing well and their morale is high.
The President's speech boosted the morale of the troops.
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First Known Use: 1752See Words from the same year
: the feelings of enthusiasm and loyalty that a person or group has about a task or job
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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