Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That form of breakage in which the middle part sinks more than the extremities: opposed to hogging.
- n. A manner of wearing pants or shorts below the waist, revealing some or all of the underwear.
- v. present participle of sag.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A bending or sinking between the ends of a thing, in consequence of its own, or an imposed, weight; an arching downward in the middle, as of a ship after straining. Cf. hogging.
- adj. hanging down (as from exhaustion or weakness)
“Here they are, still looking great, young and fantastic, and there you are with your skin sagging everywhere.”
“Presi-Dense Busch, with muscles sagging from the mighty and great effort put forth to save New Orleans from the aftermath of the Hurricane and 18 holes of Golf, demanded.”
“And a gray-haired retiree, his skin sagging but his face oddly bright, probably in Shibuya to avail himself of one of the area's well-known sexual services, which he would pay for out of a pension account that he kept hidden from his wife, not realizing that she knew what he was up to and simply didn't care. next »”
“Avocados ripen at odd times and the tree in Fred's front yard was wet and sagging from a load of fruit.”
“That's quite a shocking statistic when you consider that 80% of doctors surveyed, agreed that a specialist sports bra reduces stress on the ligaments and therefore helps delay the long-term sagging of breasts - something we'd all like to avoid, let's face it.”
“Partially, so we could talk about pacing — as the expressive industry term sagging in the middle may already have led you to suspect, narratives are more likely to slow there than at either the beginning or the end — but also, as is my wont, to answer a reader’s question.”
“You can go to Macy’s n I think or guess that originals might cost like between 30-35 dollars maybe. whts up with the word sagging again n again? lol .haha.jk.”
“I am not a huge fan of "sagging" -- the youth craze of wearing your jeans or pants below your undergarments.”
“Even Miguel says his sagging was a product of necessity: his mom couldn't always afford new clothes, so he'd inherit oversize hand-me-downs from his older brother.”
“Conan stood in the moonlit silence, the dripping sword sagging in his hand, staring down at the remnants of his enemy.”
The Coming of Conan The Cimmerian
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