Their numbers grew, attrition was minimal, and morale was plenty high.
That Redstone rocket was meant to boost American morale after the Soviets launched Sputnik.
Itani told me that news of the letter was awful for the morale of the opposition forces.
He knows how important the morale and the tone of the set is.
“I fear this deal will strengthen the morale of the Afghan National Army and of the Kabul regime,” the intelligence officer says.
For other reasons also the morale of the inhabitants improved.
In this battle there was as great a change in morale as in the battle of the Ourcq.
The morale is regarded not so much as a teaching, rather as poetry, like history.
In seventy-two hours he has wrecked the morale of Manhattan.
Some planners feared that the concentration of Negroes at shore stations might prove detrimental to efficiency and morale.
1752, "moral principles or practice," from French morale "morality, good conduct," from fem. of Old French moral "moral" (see moral (adj.)). Meaning "confidence" (especially in a military context) first recorded 1831, from confusion with French moral (French distinguishes le moral "temperament" and la morale "morality").