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