Synonyms of 'sag'
(of clothes) to hang loosely or unevenlyThe shirt's cuffs won't sag and lose their shape after washing.
sink, , ,
Far off to the west the sun was sinking.
Her father fell into the sea after a massive heart attack.
The ground dropped away steeply.
seat (of a skirt, etc),
Once its impurities had settled, the oil could be graded.
The sun dipped below the horizon.
give way, , ,
to sink in the middle, under weight or pressureHe shrugged and sagged into a chair.
(of courage or spirits) to weaken or tireSome of the tension he builds up begins to sag.
a declining birth rate
Her weight fell to under seven stone.
There is a general public belief that standards have slipped.
He tired easily, and was unable to sleep well at night.
She had slid into depression.
His enthusiasm was in no way flagging.
Net profits slumped.
The storm was finally beginning to weaken.
Family structures are weakening and breaking up.
She began to wilt in the morning heat.
His interest in art to wane.
Support for him is beginning to droop amongst voters.
the act or state of sagging
He was prepared to take a drop in wages.
There was a sharp fall in the value of the pound.
The first signs of economic decline became visible.
There must be no slips.
an area pockmarked by rainfilled depressions
a slump in property prices
She acknowledged me with a slight dip of the head.
His behaviour showed neither decency or dignity. It was an uncommon lapse.
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in the sense of depression
a sunken placean area pockmarked by rainfilled depressions
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