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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Socks, for example, should have a finished circumference of about 75-90% of the wearer's actual foot circumference so the socks cling around ankles and feet without sagging down into shoes.
[4] This may be due to more leak through the tear due to gravitational force, results in more sagging down of brain stem and other pain sensitive structures results in headache.
"She's trying to get untangled so I untangled it all and her top was sagging down."
The apples weigh the branches down to the point where the tree's growing sideways, with branches sagging down on my mini-greenhouses and compost bins.
"We can see your tits sagging down by your tummy," bellowed Trinny through her (surely unnecessary) megaphone.
"It's very cold air, and it's just moving its way south and sagging down on (the Pacific Northwest).
"When I lost weight, I wasn't happy as the skin from my tummy was sagging down and no amount of exercise was going to fix it.
"When I lost weight I wasn't happy as the skin from my tummy was sagging down and no amount of exercise was going to fix it.