Swinging vs Sagging - What's the difference?

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Swinging is a related term of sagging.


As nouns the difference between swinging and sagging

is that swinging is the act or motion of that which swings while sagging is the act of something that sags.

As verbs the difference between swinging and sagging

is that swinging is while sagging is .

As an adjective swinging

is (informal) fine, good, successful.

swinging

Noun

  • The act or motion of that which swings.
  • * 1973 , Socialist Review (volume 8, page 331)
  • Mr. Henderson's chief trouble seems to be that he cannot forget his old shiftiness of views and his pendulum-like swingings between Liberalism and Independent Labourism
  • An activity where couples engage in sexual activity with different partners.
  • Verb

    (head)
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (informal) Fine, good, successful.
  • The party was swinging .

    sagging

    English

    Noun

  • The act of something that sags.
  • * 1969 , Sugar Technologists' Association of India, Proceedings
  • It was noticed that there had been saggings and bulgings in the trays.
  • A manner of wearing pants or shorts below the waist, revealing some or all of the underwear.
  • Verb

    (head)