(1) The irregular downward flow of wet paint under the force of gravity to produce a thicker lower edge. Thus, denser, thicker, and lower viscosity coatings are more likely to sag; (2) Subsidence of shotcrete, plaster, or the like, due generally to excessive water in the mixture; also called sloughing

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