[ UK /ˈe‍ɪd‍ʒɪŋ/ ]
  1. growing old
  1. the organic process of growing older and showing the effects of increasing age
  2. acquiring desirable qualities by being left undisturbed for some time
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How To Use ageing In A Sentence

  • The channel's viewership is ageing, and attempts to attract younger watchers have yet to bear fruit.
  • It has a natural affinity with oak ageing, and yet it can be fresh and light.
  • At the beginning, Asked For is in Venice with her father, where she meets an ageing Jacob to use the English version of his name Casanova; her father dies, and she begins to travel with the man who fascinates her. Susan Swan: What Casanova Told Me
  • Over the years, charted by his self-portraits, Rembrandt evokes varying aspects of character and the process of ageing itself.
  • Building cardboard cut-outs into flesh-and-blood characters is a worthy endeavour, but Joe as the ageing Lothario and KC as the young stud doesn't do it.
  • Putting it on skin is thought to help reduce sun damage - one of the biggest giveaways of ageing skin. The Sun
  • The added demands brought about by the ageing population will place an insupportable burden on acute hospital services.
  • Worldwide, the search for an 'anti-ageing pill' is gathering steam.
  • Its ageing components make it increasingly inefficient and difficult to adapt to the demand for more and greener power. Times, Sunday Times
  • To overcome this problem many policy papers which examine population ageing produce a variety of projections using different fertility assumptions.
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