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Definition of "sagging" [sag•ging]

  • A manner of wearing pants or shorts below the waist, revealing some or all of the underwear. (noun)
  • Present participle of sag. (verb)

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Use "sagging" in a sentence
  • "Here they are, still looking great, young and fantastic, and there you are with your skin sagging everywhere."
  • "Presi-Dense Busch, with muscles sagging from the mighty and great effort put forth to save New Orleans from the aftermath of the Hurricane and 18 holes of Golf, demanded."
  • "And a gray-haired retiree, his skin sagging but his face oddly bright, probably in Shibuya to avail himself of one of the area's well-known sexual services, which he would pay for out of a pension account that he kept hidden from his wife, not realizing that she knew what he was up to and simply didn't care. next »"