- v be ill or unwell
- v cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed
- s somewhat ill or prone to illness
my poor ailing grandmother
- Some of Tokyo's top financial companies, seeking to expand internationally, are scooping up their ailing American competitors.
- For it was the game's best reliever, Oakland's Dennis Eckersley, protecting a one-run lead with a runner on against the Dodgers' ailing MVP, Kirk Gibson, who volunteered to pinch .
- The richest man in Asia built a global empire out of an ailing British conglomerate.
- Carlos Boozer in Salt Lake Tribune
He has the same mentality,Boozer said. "That's the biggest thing about Kobe Bryant. He has the same mind-set no matter what's ailing on his body."
- President Bush in Washington Post
The Syrian regime should immediately free all political prisoners, including Aref Dalila, Michel Kilo, Anwar al-Bunni, Mahmoud Issa, and Kamal Labwani,Bush said. "I am deeply troubled by reports that some ailing political prisoners are...