Recent Examples of saucer from the Web
That has happened a few times to my saucer, a variety named Alexandrina, which has been growing for more than 35 years.
Shaynee wanted to ride behind the saucer, behind the sled.
The ride vehicles are jet rockets towed by the aliens’ saucers.
Konecny’s mid-ice strip on the right triggered the jailbreak, and his saucer pass to Giroux from Bobrovsky’s left side to Giroux’s stick on the other side was on the tape.
Flanigan visited Kuhl-Linscomb on West Alabama, and found sturdy saucer glasses with a beaded exterior for Huerta's Mississippi Punch recipe, and a tall, shapely flute for the French 75.
After exiting the funnel, the raft swooshes towards two saucers.
Her selections included a see-saw, merry-go-round, group saucer swing, and a wave shade canopy under which picnic tables could be placed.
Some families will pull out saucers, tubes or cardboard flats, hike up one of the small nearby slopes, and then watch their kids slide down.
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Origin and Etymology of saucer
First Known Use: circa 1702See Words from the same year
SAUCER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of saucer for English Language Learners
: a small, round dish that you put a cup on
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