To reach an age, usually in the 30s or 40s, when drugs no longer have the desired effect, whereupon the user gradually stops taking them voluntarily (Narcotics)
On Wednesday, Arvind was at the citywide finals for the fourth straight year, his last, because he is now 13 and will age out.
As a counselor I am faced with children in foster care, and I see how many children often age out of "the system."
But having laughed and shamed his age out of one folly, he had the mortification of seeing it run headlong into another.
Probably one male over twenty-five years of age out of every four is in government employ.
He recalled the saying that a woman may keep her age out of her face, but her hands will betray her.
If arrests are only of those under 45, I may be able to keep English over that age out of jail.
Many men, he knew, were at his age out of employment, and many more had been crossed in love.
It was an action done in the spirit of an age out of which he was soon to be instrumental in raising the Church.
I thought we had come to an honourable understanding to leave my age out of the question.'
The lays try to catch the spirit of the age out of which the stories came.