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(verb) 
Definition
(of clothes) to hang loosely or unevenly
The shirt's cuffs won't sag and lose their shape after washing.
Synonyms
sink
Far off to the west the sun was sinking.
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fall
Her father fell into the sea after a massive heart attack.
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drop
The ground dropped away steeply.
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seat (of a skirt, etc)
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settle
Once its impurities had settled, the oil could be graded.
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dip
The sun dipped below the horizon.
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give way
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swag
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hang loosely
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fall unevenly
(verb) 
Definition
to sink in the middle, under weight or pressure
He shrugged and sagged into a chair.
Synonyms
drop
She let her head drop.
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sink
Kate laughed, and sank down again to her seat.
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slump
I closed the door and slumped into a chair.
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flop
She flopped, exhausted, onto a sofa.
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droop
a young man with a drooping moustache
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loll
his tongue lolling out of the side of his mouth
(verb) 
Definition
(of courage or spirits) to weaken or tire
Some of the tension he builds up begins to sag.
Synonyms
decline
a declining birth rate
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fall
Her weight fell to under seven stone.
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slip
There is a general public belief that standards have slipped.
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tire
He tired easily, and was unable to sleep well at night.
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slide
She had slid into depression.
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flag
His enthusiasm was in no way flagging.
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slump
Net profits slumped.
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weaken
The storm was finally beginning to weaken.
Family structures are weakening and breaking up.
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wilt
She began to wilt in the morning heat.
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wane
His interest in art to wane.
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cave in
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droop
Support for him is beginning to droop amongst voters.
(noun) 
Definition
the act or state of sagging
Synonyms
drop
He was prepared to take a drop in wages.
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fall
There was a sharp fall in the value of the pound.
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decline
The first signs of economic decline became visible.
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slip
There must be no slips.
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depression
an area pockmarked by rainfilled depressions
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slump
a slump in property prices
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dip
She acknowledged me with a slight dip of the head.
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lapse
His behaviour showed neither decency or dignity. It was an uncommon lapse.
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downturn

Additional synonyms

in the sense of bag
Definition
to bulge or cause to bulge
in the sense of depression
Definition
a sunken place
an area pockmarked by rainfilled depressions
in the sense of dip
Definition
to lower or be lowered briefly
The sun dipped below the horizon.
Synonyms

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