Definition for SAG

SAG, v.i. [a different spelling of swag, – which see.]

  1. To yield; to give way; to lean or incline from an upright position, or to bend from a horizontal position. Our workmen say, a building sags to the north or south; or a beam sags by means of its weight.
  2. In sailing, to incline to the leeward; to make lee way. – Mar. Dict.

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