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sag off

To absent oneself or leave early from school or work when one would normally be required to be there; to play truant. Primarily heard in UK. I was so restless and bored at work that I decided to just sag off after lunch without telling anyone. Hey, Jim and I are planning on sagging off from school on Friday, do you want to come with us? That's the last time you sag off class, mister! From now on, I'm dropping you off to school every morning!
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sag away (from something)

to settle or droop down or away. The cloth sagged away from the edge of the table.
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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.
See also: down, sag

sag under something

to droop under the burden of something. The porch roof sagged under the weight of the snow. The springs of the car sagged under the weight of all the passengers.
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Aberdeen's Temple Medical programme included special contouring treatments throughout her weight loss to tighten Libby's skin and she's dropped 11 dress sizes from a 32 to a 10 - with no saggy skin.
The Hinds County saggy pants ban would make sagging one's pants more than three inches below the hip or exposing underwear or skin in that area a misdemeanour.
5 What children's television programme described the title character as 'an old, saggy cloth cat, baggy, and a bit loose at the seams'?
It was his way of celebrating the end of a successful six year campaign to have a Pull Your Pants Up law passed to ban saggy trousers on school campuses.
It was mostly uncomfortable for my ego, because you finally get to play the super buff master of all matter, and you're just standing around in saggy pyjamas and standing on boxes looking ridiculous.
Proposals to ban saggy jeans are gaining ground in several places around the US, and have been opposed by civil liberties advocates who say they will lead to racial profiling against young African-Americans.
Since turning 40 I had noticed that my body was becoming saggy and baggy and I wanted to do something about it.
I love him, but try as he might, he can't look like the cool kid I fell for more than three decades ago - more like a saggy old throwback.
Of course this has been going on for years with female presenters who are out of the door at the merest sign of a saggy neck.
Q Our five-year-old Chesterfield sofa and chair have gone a bit saggy but are in perfect condition otherwise.
The surgery she has had are two facelifts, raised brow, ironed out wrinkles under eyes and tightened saggy chin.
We say: Perfect for Kay fans, lads with saggy six-packs and those who don't take their bodies or themselves too seriously.
Animal Tales (0375831282) gathers and reprints twelve classic stories from Tawny Scrawny Lion to Saggy Baggy Elephant, with the classic works by Margaret Wise Brown and others enjoying their original illustrators.
NEWHALL - The old fashion-industry adage ``Skin Is In'' is decidedly out this school year at Hart High, where too-short skirts, midriff-baring tops and super saggy pants are landing students in the principal's office.
Grouped on the floor in one corner of the gallery, Milk/Milk, 1993, consisted of 17 roughly basketball-sized objects covered with saggy breastlike forms terminating in baby-bottle nipples.