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saggy

[sag-ee]
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adjective, sag·gi·er, sag·gi·est.
  1. sagging or tending to sag: a saggy roof.
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Origin of saggy

First recorded in 1850–55; sag + -y1
Related formssag·gi·ness, noun
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Examples from the Web for saggy

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  • I saw the saggy, rotten timbers that kept the State of Pennsylvania from cavin' in on us.

    Torchy As A Pa

    Sewell Ford

  • His suit was mauve with purple piping, and his wide, square, saggy face was florid.

    A Spaceship Named McGuire

    Gordon Randall Garrett

  • She gave me a long hug, and I noticed how thin her arms had gotten, how saggy the skin on her neck was.

    Little Brother

    Cory Doctorow

  • I remember I had on a saggy skirt and a shirtwaist that must have looked like it had been improvised out of a coffee sack.

    Torchy and Vee

    Sewell Ford

  • It was a little disorienting, and it made her feel especially old and saggy sometimes, though he never seemed to notice.

    Makers

    Cory Doctorow


Word Origin and History for saggy

adj.

1848, from sag (n.) + -y (2). Related: Saggily; sagginess.

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