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sag

1. Nautical the extent to which a vessel's keel sags at the centre
2. 
a. a marshy depression in an area of glacial till, chiefly in the US Middle West
b. (as modifier): sag and swell topography
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sag

[sag]
(electricity)
Slack introduced in an aerial cable or open-wire line to compensate for contraction during cold weather.
(geology)
A pass or gap in a ridge or mountain range shaped like a saddle.
A shallow depression in a relatively flat land surface.
A regional basin with gently sloping sides.
(metallurgy)
Decrease in the section thickness of a casting caused by weakness of the sand mold.
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sag

(1) A momentary drop in voltage from the power source. Contrast with spike.

(2) (SAG) (SQL Access Group) See CLI.
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The tattoo does nothing to enhance her appearance and surely she will come to regret its existence when she is older, wiser and saggier, so that the roses it features look as though they are drooping and shedding their scarlet petals.
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Heading the credits, in a role specially invented for him, is Scott Wright,formerly Sam the stripper/mechanic from Coronation Street, and now served up in a baggier, saggier costume as Mustapha, the sultan's guard.
You know the bit I'm talking about, that piece of flesh on the back of your upper arm that seems to get saggier every year.