All the knights gathered round him to ask what ailed the Duke.
Neither did he himself know what ailed him, any better than they did.
This gentleman said he never told a fellow what ailed him until he got his whack.
The locksmith's wife knew better perhaps, than he, what ailed her daughter.
But as I was a fixin' it on, I see there was something more than mortification that ailed him.
This feller's got what ailed the parrot—he talks too darn much.
Soon the shrewd Wolverstone discovered that rum was not what ailed Blood.
Until at last, seeing me dead-white, Galeotto checked to inquire what ailed me.
And I sighed: not knowing what ailed me, but yet uneasy and most melancholy.
His forehead was scratched deeply, but nothing else ailed him.