Noun(1) a state of individual psychological well-being based upon a sense of confidence and usefulness and purpose(2) the spirit of a group that makes the members want the group to succeed
(1) Dining arrangements also contributed to the morale of the seasonal work force.(2) An employee at the company says staff morale is low due to the lack of job certainty in the future.(3) Staff morale must be sapped by the ordeal of coping with crisis conditions day after day.(4) You sense that staff morale is high and the eagerness to please is palpable.(5) their morale was high(6) Support and guidance from managers is regarded as good, but over a third say morale at work is not good.(7) He said that despite hostile desert conditions, morale among the servicemen was high.(8) his morale is low(9) "They would send us boxes of goodies which was a huge morale booster.(10) After all, football had been hugely important for morale during the war.(11) Former servicemen and women in Colchester have helped boost the morale of British troops fighting in the Gulf.(12) They clearly are a team in a need of a win just to boost morale for the second half of the season.(13) "The morale in camp is high and I can promise you that the team is ready for battle.(14) We must focus on boosting workforce morale , and improving workers' happiness and job security.(15) to undermine sb's morale(16) The morale of the team was high following their win at the same venue a couple of weeks ago.
(1) morale booster :: moraal booster
1. confidence ::
2. self-confidence ::
3. self-esteem ::
5. team spirit ::
6. enthusiasm ::
Different Formsmorale, morales
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