Definitions for "Sagging"
A bending or sinking between the ends of a thing, in consequence of its own, or an imposed, weight; an arching downward in the middle, as of a ship after straining. Cf. Hogging.
(extended definition) Coating defect: unsightly gravity-driven flow of a paint film applied on vertical surfaces. Caused by to too much flow, often related to application technique or environment. Sagging can be prevented by rendering the paint pseudo-plastic, but this may deteriorate the leveling.
Physical Properties and Testing Downward movement of an adhesive coat between the times of application and setting.
hanging down (as from exhaustion or weakness)
"Sagging" is the fashion of wearing trousers (slacks, shorts or jeans) below the waist and hang around the buttock area, sported by males. Usually the underwear is worn higher, so that the underwear is exposed, but not much bare skin.
Structural effects of wear causing loss of support and indentation of the surface of an innerspring mattress. Often confused with normal settling of upholstery layers defined as body impressions.
When heated glass starts to soften, it slumps and sags under its own weight.
The process of reheating a blank so that it gradually flows under its own weight over or into a former mold and eventually assumes the shape of the mold.
Keywords:  mild, running, form
A mild form of running.