Sagging [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Sagging:

His head dropped back on his chair; he propped his sagging legs on a stool.

From one he drew belt and holster, sagging heavily with the pistol that filled it.

Fuller whispered to Morey out of the corner of his sagging mouth.

It is strictly a tie intended to prevent the sagging of the tie beam, B, in the middle.

He seemed to himself to be sagging like an ice-cream in front of a fire.

The sagging clouds were not heavier than his heart—“I wish I did.”

He pointed to the roof, which was sagging down considerably in the middle.

Above, a great, sagging tent was staked to the obdurate ground.

The hiss of air was followed by the sagging drop of the car.

They looked to see him sagging to the ground, his head soft and pulpy.