morale definition

  • noun:
    • The state associated with spirits of a person or team as displayed by confidence, cheerfulness, discipline, and willingness to execute assigned jobs.
    • the ability of individuals to keep up belief in an institution or a goal, and on occasion even in oneself among others.
    • The moral problem, or even the symptom in various other areas, as far as it's suffering from, or dependent upon, ethical factors, such zeal, spirit, hope, and self-confidence; mental state, by a body of men, an army, and the like.
    • Moral or mental condition in relation to courage, zeal, hope, confidence, and so on: made use of especially of a body of males involved with a hazardous enterprise, as soldiers or sailors eventually of war.
    • the nature of a bunch which makes the people wish the team to succeed
    • a situation of individual psychological well being in relation to a feeling of confidence and effectiveness and function

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