saucy


saucy

adjective \ˈs-sē, ˈsa-\

: rude usually in a lively and playful way

: served with a sauce

sauc·i·ersauc·i·est

Full Definition of SAUCY

1
:  served with or having the consistency of sauce
2
a :  impertinently bold and impudent
b :  amusingly forward and flippant :  irrepressible
3
:  smart, trim <a saucy little hat>
sauc·i·ly \-sə-lē\ adverb
sauc·i·ness \-sē-nəs\ noun

Examples of SAUCY

  1. <irritated his fellow travelers with saucy questions and comments>

First Known Use of SAUCY

1508

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