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Flabby vs Saggy - What's the difference?

flabby | saggy |


As adjectives the difference between flabby and saggy

is that flabby is yielding to the touch, and easily moved or shaken; hanging loose by its own weight; wanting firmness; flaccid; as, flabby flesh while saggy is baggy or loose-fitting.

Saggy - What does it mean?

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Gaggy vs Saggy - What's the difference?

gaggy | saggy |


As adjectives the difference between gaggy and saggy

is that gaggy is disgusting enough to provoke a gag reflex while saggy is baggy or loose-fitting.

Saggy vs Naggy - What's the difference?

saggy | naggy |


As adjectives the difference between saggy and naggy

is that saggy is baggy or loose-fitting while naggy is prone to nag, irritable.

Shaggy vs Saggy - What's the difference?

shaggy | saggy |


As adjectives the difference between shaggy and saggy

is that shaggy is rough with long or thick hair, fur or wool; unshaven, ungroomed, or unbrushed while saggy is baggy or loose-fitting.

Laggy vs Saggy - What's the difference?

laggy | saggy |


As adjectives the difference between laggy and saggy

is that laggy is having a delayed response to a change in the factors influencing it while saggy is baggy or loose-fitting.

Sagy vs Saggy - What's the difference?

sagy | saggy |


As adjectives the difference between sagy and saggy

is that sagy is while saggy is baggy or loose-fitting.

Saggy vs Sagging - What's the difference?

saggy | sagging |


As an adjective saggy

is baggy or loose-fitting.

As a noun sagging is

the act of something that sags.

As a verb sagging is

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Faggy vs Saggy - What's the difference?

faggy | saggy |


As adjectives the difference between faggy and saggy

is that faggy is (pejorative|informal) effeminate; homosexual; gay while saggy is baggy or loose-fitting.

Saggy vs Raggy - What's the difference?

saggy | raggy |


As adjectives the difference between saggy and raggy

is that saggy is baggy or loose-fitting while raggy is raglike; like a rag.

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