1 He was over sixty, to judge by his hard, seamed face, but there was no sag of age to his body.
2 I can see the sag of their tired shoulders against the whitewashed wall.
3 Gerald in the old rocker, the girls on the sagging cushions of the sofa that was too battered and worn for the front of the house.
4 Scarlett peered anxiously in the mirror at her sixteen-year-old face as if expecting to see wrinkles and sagging chin muscles.
5 His shoulders were sagging and his head bowed until his gray beard spread out fanlike on his chest.
6 Mrs. Meade and Mrs. Merriwether sent their carriages and they, too, drove off, springs sagging beneath the weight of the wounded.
7 Pine Bloom looked straggly and overgrown with weeds, seedling pines were beginning to show in the fields and the house was sagging and untidy.
8 She shut the door and locked it and flung herself down on the sagging old sofa crying, laughing, kissing the letter.
9 Quickly she snatched the curtain lengths from Scarlett, holding them against her monumental, sagging breasts as if they were holy relics.
10 Scarlett, frightened, puzzled, glanced at Melanie and back to the sagging Ashley and then half-comprehension came to her.
11 In front of it a sagging woman with tight-drawn hair, and a baby bedraggled, smeary, glorious-eyed.
12 We sat down outside the sagging wire fence that shut Mr. Shimerda's plot off from the rest of the world.
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13 The pockets of his coat sagged heavily with ammunition.
14 Emmie's jaw sagged suddenly and she glanced at Jonas who came up with lowering brows.