saucebox

noun
sauce·​box | \ ˈsȯs-ˌbäks, ˈsas-\

Definition of saucebox

: a saucy impudent person

First Known Use of saucebox

1588, in the meaning defined above

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sauce

sauce-alone

sauceboat

saucebox

saucedish

sauceless

saucepan

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