Recent Examples of saucer from the Web
Instead, the defenseman lifted a saucer pass to Crosby in front of the net.
Maintaining a mulched saucer (2 to 3 inches deep) around a tree is a good maintenance practice when done properly, since grass aggressively competes with tree roots for available oxygen, moisture and nutrients.
Clear plastic saucers are sold widely, are inexpensive and will do the job.
In fact, the best look for this ship is one that's been used since the beginning of sci-fi—a simple saucer.
His promenade, lined by stores and cafes, would have been a sleek, white, 60-foot-wide saucer with two loops.
To keep the deck open throughout the renovation, construction will be done in sections, moving counterclockwise one-sixth of the saucer at a time.
Named for Steve Jobs, Apple's (aapl, -0.13%) late CEO and founder, the theater is a 165-foot diameter glass cylinder capped by a thin, metallic saucer of a roof.
The shaggy black dog with saucer-size flaming eyes roams East Anglia.
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Origin and Etymology of saucer
First Known Use: circa 1702See Words from the same year
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