Affected or tending to be affected with minor health problems
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Nestorius was already old and ailing and must have died very soon after.
Backed by this force he seems to have persuaded the ailing caliph to designate him as his successor.
He came back to find his father ailing, and in February 1831 he left Cambridge for Somersby, where a few days later Dr George Tennyson died.
The Persian campaigns wore out the feeble health of Peter, who had been ailing for some time.
War was already declared in 1702, but William, who had long been ailing, died from the combined effects of a fall from his horse and a chill on the 8th of March 1702.