How to use ageing in a sentence
Stories impact and inspire relationships and images about ageing and sexuality influence individual behaviour.How To Please A Woman shifts the way we depict the sexuality of older women | LGBTQ-Editor | May 25, 2022 | No Straight News
Nevertheless, the ageing ayatollah is confident that his extremist support base can sustain his rule — and has judged that it is time to advance to the next stage of the Islamic Revolution.Why Iran’s Elections Are a Critical Turning Point for Khamenei’s Regime | Kasra Aarabi | June 16, 2021 | Time
The plan was to be closer to his ageing mother, who was already based there, while escaping the big city.‘Workcation Retreats’: Tourist destinations offer remote-working packages including personal assistants, to attract visitors | Jessica Davies | June 11, 2021 | Digiday
A rapidly ageing population means a diminishing labor force.China's Upcoming 'Two Sessions' Might Be Its Most Important Political Gathering in Decades | Charlie Campbell / Shanghaii | March 2, 2021 | Time
One study in the peer-reviewed journal Age and ageing notes that symptoms typically present upon 6 to 12 hours of arrival at altitude—but that’s much longer than tourists usually spend atop a cable-car route.
Proponents of the Warthog, however, argue that the ageing plane has no equal in supporting troops on the ground.
For me, what was most moving was his terrible fear of ageing and his extreme dislike of his own appearance.Vogue Photographer Erwin Blumenfeld: Secrets of a Fashion Legend | Tim Teeman | September 14, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Netherlands humiliates an ageing Spain, while the world looks on in disbelief.Dutch Treat: The Netherlands Sinks Spain In World Cup 2014 | Tunku Varadarajan | June 13, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
To stand up to the depilation dictators, to ignore all diet and detox regimes, to embrace ageing, wrinkles, and grey hair.
Despite the anguish, she was careful to maintain her responsibilities to her own children and ageing parents.
Hilda's assumption that the ageing woman had telegraphed for her on inadequate grounds had proved to be quite wrong.Hilda Lessways | Arnold Bennett
There was in it the indefinable hardening and ageing which seemed to Boyson to have affected the whole personality.Marriage la mode | Mrs. Humphry Ward
Evenings without number, after little Hal had been tucked into bed, the two ageing men had sat and smoked together.Cursed | George Allan England
Indeed she looked quite youthful, despite the ageing influences of black silk.The Regent | E. Arnold Bennett
When was it to end—this curse of his heart not ageing while his frame moved naturally onward?The Well-Beloved | Thomas Hardy
British Dictionary definitions for ageing
the process of growing old or developing the appearance and characteristics of old age
the change of properties that occurs in some metals after heat treatment or cold working
becoming or appearing older or elderly: an ageing car
giving or creating the appearance of age or elderliness: that dress is really ageing on her
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