aile rouge had a beaver robe and pipe prepared to present, but was obliged for the present to retain it.
the expeditions of zebulon montgomery pike, volume i (of 3) elliott coues
all the lords were much dismaid and sore maruelled at this maner of sudden change, and what thing should him aile.
chronicles of england, scotland and ireland (3 of 6): england (5 of 9) raphael holinshed
i drink no aile (i suppose you mean ale); but yet good wine every day, of five and six shillings a bottle.
the journal to stella jonathan swift
to cause pain, uneasiness, or trouble to. to be unwell; feel pain; be ill: he’s been ailing for some time. contemporary examples it would be impossible to cure all that ailed the gop in the course of a single calendar year. gop report turns one—is it worth celebrating? kristen soltis anderson march 17, 2014 historical […]
- Aileron roll
a roll consisting of one or more rotations, usually controlled by the use of ailerons.
either of two standing pieces of metal or cuir-bouilli, attached to the shoulders as an ornament or as a means of displaying the wearer’s arms: used c1275–c1350. historical examples it is clear, from the cross on the shield having the same position as the other, that the ailette is not a square one worn awry. […]
sickly; unwell. unsound or troubled: a financially ailing corporation. to cause pain, uneasiness, or trouble to. to be unwell; feel pain; be ill: he’s been ailing for some time. contemporary examples the ailing dictator “wants to make sure everyone in his family has a t-tle to make sure the lineage continues,” ku said. north korea’s […]
a physical disorder or illness, especially of a minor or chronic nature. contemporary examples in 2007 swartz wrote a blog post t-tled “sick,” in which he disclosed some details about his ailment. aaron swartz, 26, programmer, outspoken advocate of free information nina strochlic january 13, 2013 always believing he could conquer his ailment, lou had […]