Examples of saucy in a Sentence
irritated his fellow travelers with saucy questions and comments
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Bushwood trims its spare ribs to index finger lengths ($15 for a half rack, $25 for a full, $3 individually), a cut dainty enough that they can be devoured without the saucy mess.
Filled with all things saucy, spicy, and crispy, Coscarelli's inspired dishes are inventive and crave-worthy.
There, on a large platter, was a golden mound of polenta, surrounded by a full-flavored, aromatic, saucy partnership of land and sea.
The namesake chili is a saucy style, with flecks rather than chunks of meat, the consistency of Cincinnati’s famous version but flavored like Texas’ take.
As the birds attack — a single gull strike quickly escalates to an exploding gas station — townspeople think that the saucy vibe of newcomer Melanie is somehow causing this pestilence.
Meanwhile, Disick’s ex-girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian refrained from directing a message toward her 24-year-old boyfriend model Younes Bendjima, but did share a saucy lingerie photo on Instagram.
The Italian way with polenta, topped with saucy vegetables and/or meat, might have been the original grain bowl.
Kirsten Scott offers a saucy charm as the prowling patroness, Milo Davenport, playing her as a younger, hotter Peggy Guggenheim.
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First Known Use of saucy
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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