The child sobbed dreadfully, and could scarcely say, "I do not know what ails my mother."
Why—it never can be that—old Butterby—Arthur, what ails you?
I never knew you so sharp on a neighbour, Honor, before:—what ails ye?
Let's take a look in that clump of bushes and see who is there, and what ails him.
What ails Mignon that he should be looking at his wife in that severe way?
What ails you, Hook; are you going to let Eliot softsoap round you?
What ails the little rascal now to make him feel so savage about that moose?
My general health is good, but what ails me is a sore heart.
"I wonder what ails it," he added, as he turned the kite about.
"I don't see what ails them," responded Steve quite affably.