Yes, my father was aging fast, I would soon be the only breadwinner here.
He has, like the aging Emerson, taken in sail; the god Terminus has said to him, "no more."
He realized that the nervous strain and anxiety of waiting was aging him.
The summer began to grow old, and Fairchild felt that he was aging with it.
He picked up the mental communicator, examining the signs of aging.
Neglect and the rust of disuse were aging these modern pieces.
"Thank you," the aging man said gratefully and hurried into the next room.
Aging had touched him that much before the cure for aging was found.
The rector could, of course, but he was aging, and he loved a listener.
It is something that, at any rate, can appeal for recognition only to the aged or the aging.