Sentence for aged | Use aged in a sentence

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  • Whither could an aged man fly? (10)
  • Whither could an aged man fly? (22)
  • An aged Burgundy runs with a beardless Port. (10)
  • The aged butler turned, and saw the little model. (8)
  • In fifteen minutes his face had aged by twenty years. (12)
  • To gain a title he would have to scale aged mountains. (10)
  • Aged, and of many colours, they were stored with the most formidable happenings. (8)
  • The aged butler became conscious with a jerk, for he was nodding. (8)
  • His face, which was aged by illness or care, interested Helen greatly. (13)
  • The genuine contempt in that sharp burst of anger impressed the aged butler. (8)
  • Of days and nights it is demonstrative, That, like some aged star, gleam luridly. (10)
  • He was not then engaged upon any considerable task, and he had aged and broken somewhat. (9)
  • There lived in the capital city an aged and childless couple, Señor and Señora Herzales. (12)
  • Bobby might possibly get an aged tutor, or find an English clergyman taking pupils, on the way. (10)
  • He put out a swimming hand that trembled when it rested, like that of an aged man grasping a staff. (10)
  • Round their mistress the three terriers raised their heads; the aged Skye gave forth a gentle growl. (8)
  • All now felt that, though so very different from themselves, this aged customer was dependent on them. (8)
  • Gentlemen moderately aged are mad enough to slip their heads under any yoke, but see the obstruction. (10)
  • And as a crutch, General Ople, parading her grounds with the aged woman, found himself used and treated. (10)
  • This new but aged acquaintance did not seem to hear; his lips moved as though he were following out some thought. (8)
  • Let the superior interest of the passions of the aged be conceded, and not a word shall be said against the young. (10)
  • In this realm there was a dingy bed, two chairs, and a washstand, with one lame leg, supported by an aged footstool. (8)
  • Except for a line or two, and three or four grey hairs in his little dark moustache, had he aged any more than Irene? (8)
  • This aged butler lay in bed waiting for the inevitable striking of a small alarum clock placed in the very centre of his mantelpiece. (8)
  • He saw a policeman, with a red face shining through the darkness, talking to a strange old figure like some aged and dishevelled bird. (8)
  • Victor checked him: it was to ask whether this Jarniman had specified one, any one of the numerous diseases afflicting his aged mistress. (10)
  • Undaunted by this further blow, Winifred at once despatched little Publius (now aged seven) with the nursery governess to Montpellier Square. (8)
  • A very aged man in black-rimmed spectacles, with a distended nose and long upper lip and chin, was tentatively fumbling out change for sixpence. (8)

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