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Is this sentence correct, and does it make sense:



"She is more aged than she actually is."



Note: By this, I mean not just she looks old than someone of her age, but she also has health issues than her co-peers, such as problems in walking, need to sleep during the day, etc. ,

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Christine Christie

"She is more aged looks older than her age”. she actually is."

See above. "More aged" doesn't work in that context. It might if you're talking about wine or cured meat.

Christine Christie

Note: By this, I mean not just that she looks older than someone of her age, but she also has health issues which most people her age don’t, than her co-peers, such as problems in walking, needing to sleep during the day, etc.

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Maybe 'frail'? eg She is old and frail.

My suggestions

> He/ She hasn't aged well

> "The years have really taken a toll on him/ her"

> He/she has aged rapidly