[maw-ling] /ˈmɔ lɪŋ/
the overbuilding of shopping malls in a region:
the malling of America.
the practice of frequenting malls to socialize or shop.
The shopping and social activity of visiting a mall: everyone in South Florida decided to go malling (late 1980s+)
[mal-uh-ree] /ˈmæl ə ri/ noun 1. Stephen Russell, 1813?–73, U.S. lawyer and politician.
- Mallory-weiss lesion
Mallory-Weiss lesion (-wīs’) n. Laceration of the gastric cardia, as seen in Mallory-Weiss syndrome. Also called Mallory-Weiss tear.
- Mallory-weiss syndrome
Mallory-Weiss syndrome n. A disorder of the lower end of the esophagus caused by severe retching and vomiting and characterized by laceration associated with bleeding, or by penetration into the mediastinum, with subsequent inflammation.
- Mallory-weiss tear
Mallory-Weiss tear n. See Mallory-Weiss lesion.