An artificial process for imparting the characteristics and properties of age.(noun)
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Use "aging" in a sentence
"I think one way to keep from "aging" is to occasionally do things that youngsters do."
"In areas where many families live in aging trailers without indoor plumbing or running water, living units are often seen equipped with satellite dishes and large-screen TV's."
"And so with Finger Lakes wineries dealing with more competition and a lagging economy, as well as a wine-drinking public that has little interest in aging wine, should synthetic corks be scorned?"