Examples of saucy in a Sentence
irritated his fellow travelers with saucy questions and comments
Recent Examples of saucy from the Web
Spears hit the stage in a series of sparkly and saucy ensembles and beamed away at the crowd, who could not get enough of the pop star.
Benefits to marrying Prince Harry: tiaras; palaces; Harry’s saucy lower-lip bites.
Big pieces of saucy peaches, hit with a wee bit of cinnamon and other spices, get covered — top and bottom — with the delicious crust.
The remix offers a saucy reggaetón/trap flavor, giving a different twist to the song, which is the first collab between Lopez and Ozuna.
And don't even think about asking for ketchup across town at the legendarily saucy Weiner's Circle.
Of course, there is a saucier story telling how a stonemason had an affair with the wife of a baker whose shop faced the cathedral.
Dozens of predominantly local tourists pay the 100 yuan ($15) entrance fee every day to watch an mélange of kitsch dance routines ranging from a saucy can-can to a parody of Swan Lake.
Don’t miss: Collette LeGrande, the sassy, saucy waitress and longtime performer who takes no nonsense.
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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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