saggy

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adjective sag·gy \ˈsa-gē\

Definition of saggy

  1. :  baggy; also :  flaccid 1a

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First Known Use of saggy

1853


SAGGY Defined for English Language Learners

saggy

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Definition of saggy for English Language Learners

  • : bending or hanging down too much : not firm


SAGGY Defined for Kids

saggy

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adjective sag·gy \ˈsa-gē\

Definition of saggy for Students

  1. :  hanging down too much :  not firm a saggy mattress


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