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sag to hang down heavily, to droop, to flag, MACBETH, v. 3. 10.
( “The Horizons il-levell'd circle wide
Would sag too much on th' one or th' other side.”
Sylvester's Du Bartas, Third Day of First Week, p. 24, ed. 1641 ).

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