Examples of saucy in a Sentence
irritated his fellow travelers with saucy questions and comments
Recent Examples of saucy from the Web
Don’t miss: Collette LeGrande, the sassy, saucy waitress and longtime performer who takes no nonsense.
The three-day festival offers everything from frozen cheesecake to a saucy rib plate.
Guests can choose from beef barbacoa made from the restaurant’s smoked brisket, chicken tinga, black beans, and Nana’s pork sofrito The story behind Nana’s pork sofrito persuaded me to try a bite of the tender, saucy meat.
Prefer learning about the, ahem, saucier side of olden times? Stop into Dolly's House Museum (24 Creek St.) to find out what the gals had to deal with back in the day.
Beneath their saccharin, saucy glaze, the pork ribs were dense and dry, almost chalky ($23.99 for a full rack with two sides).
The flat noodles where not overly saucy but had a wonderful ginger flavor with a few fresh basil leaves tossed throughout the dish giving it a real zing.
The Chanel gown featured heavy embellishment and shoulder cutouts that alluded to a clerical collar — spiritual and saucy!
Some of the younger ones even get a bit saucy, trading in their bulky bathing dresses for bikinis by the beach, though that’s about as common as seeing a bronzed pool boy pitchforking hay in a Pennsylvania barn.
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SAUCY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of saucy for English Language Learners
: rude usually in a lively and playful way
: served with a sauce
SAUCY Defined for Kids
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