sag down

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sag down

To sink, settle, or droop downward. The skin around my neck has started sagging down. Just another wonderful perk of getting old, I suppose. His shoulders sagged down as he realized he wouldn't be getting the promotion after all.
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sag down

to droop downward. The branch sagged down and nearly touched the ground. When the rain got the drapes wet, they sagged down and touched the floor.
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References in classic literature ?
While his friend punched and patted the Scarecrow's body, to smooth out the humps, Scraps turned to Ojo and whispered: "Roll me out, please; I've sagged down dreadfully from walking so much and men like to see a stately figure."
When the Dolphins sagged down to help double-team Walsh, he kicked the ball to open shooters on the perimeter.
When the tracks spanned an open ditch, they sagged down and when again forced upward by the solid ground on the other side, as often as not the track guides failed to reseat properly and the tracks jammed or came clear off.
As it softened so the unsupported areas sagged down, stretching the felt.
"We just sagged down on him in the post," Fraine said.
Michael Hodges added two drives and what appeared would be a rout was on, as Arnie Karnik added 5 points in the first quarter and Christian Orozco burned the Hawks for a pair of 3-pointers when they sagged down on Chris Hodges.