saucy

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SAUCY

Such a saucy meekness; such a best manner; and such venom in words!

Primrose is now almost a young lady, and, Eustace tells me, is just as saucy as ever.

I wonder not at Lovelace's saucy answer, saucy as it really is.

But you know I ever was a saucy creature—ever stood in need of great allowances.

"Not if they wait till I pass 'em," answered Tip in his prompt, saucy way.

"It's better to be born lucky than rich," said saucy Bywater.

But who could that saucy knave be who answered me to my beard so bravely?

And saucy to me on account of that money of hers I liquidated unknown'st.

Turn to it at this instant, you saucy rogue, or I shall have you triced to the triangles!'

"If he was a girl, he would be a gump and a goose," said this saucy John.

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