Thesaurus / sass
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
“No matter what you think or whether you air in the rights on't, or not, a little gal mustn't ever sass her elders,” said Grandma.
THE ADVENTURES OF ANNMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
I'm going to York to sell my sass, and to-morrow I will take you half-way home.'
THE BIG NIGHTCAP LETTERSFRANCES ELIZABETH BARROW
I 've killed eighty bear in these mountains, and I won't take no sass from you.
EMERSON'S WIFE AND OTHER WESTERN STORIESFLORENCE FINCH KELLY
She never took any "sass" from her mistress; in this respect she was quite up to date among American "help."
AN ANARCHIST WOMANHUTCHINS HAPGOOD
I tell you that young chap sets store by that little girl of yours, though she does sass him a heap.
THAT GIRL MONTANAMARAH ELLIS RYAN
I suppose Me—Number—Two will "sass back," and swear that "giant's" was the message which came down from headquarters.
OVER THE TEACUPSOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, SR.
"No matter what you think or whether you air in the rights on't, or not, a little gal mustn't ever sass her elders," said Grandma.
THE POT OF GOLDMARY E. WILKINS
I reckon I'll take some of the sass out'r you before I'm through with you.
These arrangements were soon made, and old Sass set off with his gun to shoot any creature he might come across fit for the pot.
THE FRONTIER FORTW. H. G. KINGSTON
"It ain't ever safe to sass people that's got the ear of the public, like reporters and show people," proceeded Hiram, rebukingly.
THE SKIPPER AND THE SKIPPEDHOLMAN DAY
WORDS RELATED TO SASS
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