sag

Part of speech: verb

To bend or cause to bend downward, especially in the middle.

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Usage examples "sag":

  1. Out of the corner of his eye Donnegan saw the muscles of the man's face sag and tremble; saw him allow his gun to fall, in imitation of Donnegan, to his side; and saw the long arm quivering. - "Gunman's Reckoning", Max Brand.
  2. That they've been mixing with your men, wearing sag- suits exactly like the one you're wearing now. - "This World Is Taboo", Murray Leinster.
  3. It is only his shoulders which sag a little. - "Seeing Things at Night", Heywood Broun.