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Saucy in a sentence

She is saucy and ill mannered.
Tarak laughed and called her a saucy wench.
Vinny was full of ire and gave the nurse a saucy look.
I guess Mr Lexar kept the saucy escapades for himself.
Should not you, Marianne? Forgive me, if I am very saucy.
Joey turned his head to her with a saucy look on his face.
Ah, one of the women, perhaps that saucy new maid in the kitchen.

Jo had grown quite her own saucy self again since Teddy came home.
As she disappeared within the doorway her hat brim gave me a saucy little nod of farewell.
Why break your back vacuuming when a saucy twitch of the nose can clean the whole house?
She was a small girl with a curvy body and the kind of grin that men called saucy and women called tarty.
Of a more interesting type is Fannia, who might, minus her slaves and stola, pass for a modern and saucy New York beauty.
When finally sliced with accompanying saucy expletives it rendered slabs of crumbling matter the consistency of dried cow manure.
Two things if you will, he said, with rather a saucy smile: tell me where I have seen you before, and lend me some books.
With a saucy wink she left him, calling out for Dillon, who had a pair of chairs from the ice cream parlor tucked under either arm.
But his self-love would endure no further torment: I heard, and not altogether disapprovingly, a manual check given to her saucy tongue.
But his self-love would endure no further torment: I heard, and not altogether disapprovingly, a manual cheek given to her saucy tongue.
With old gentlemen, a girl was pert and saucy and almost, but not quite, flirtatious, so that the old fools’ vanities would be tickled.
A propensity to be saucy was one; and a perverse will, that indulged children invariably acquire, whether they be good tempered or cross.
A propensity to be saucy was one; and a perverse will, that indulged children invariably acquire, whether they be good-tempered or cross.
Mamma! What sweets are we going to have? Natásha again cried boldly, with saucy gaiety, confident that her prank would be taken in good part.
The April wind was filling the pine trees with its roundelay, and the grove was alive with robins—great, plump, saucy fellows, strutting along the paths.
At this point I should probably tell you that my mum, brother and sister were all supposedly asleep in their bedrooms during my late-night, booze-fuelled, saucy romp.
She has a bird-like style of conversation, pecking away at the subject in a way I find most engaging, and a school-monitor style of dress which I can only call "saucy".
I didn’t think so, because she was looking up at me with a saucy little grin on her face, There’s more where that came from, but you’ll have to wait till later!.
The unlucky wight did not speak so low but that Roque overheard him, and drawing his sword almost split his head in two, saying, That is the way I punish impudent saucy fellows.
Bertram,' said she, with a smile; but it was a smile ill-suited to the conversation that had passed, a saucy playful smile, seeming to invite in order to subdue me; at least it appeared so to me.
Bertram,’ said she, with a smile; but it was a smile ill-suited to the conversation that had passed, a saucy playful smile, seeming to invite in order to subdue me; at least it appeared so to me.
She should have been peering into a crystal ball in a zodiac-decorated tent instead of regaling Bart with saucy anecdotes, outrageous flattery and a promise to tell his fortune when they had an hour alone.
No, the reason they had to spend so long at the Academy was that the new recruits were all far too young and saucy, and there was no way that the elder witches were going to tolerate such unfair competition.
To this petrel, a frail little thing of feathers, much smaller and weaker than I, the Sea could do anything she liked, it seemed; and his only answer was a lazy, saucy flip of the wing! HE was the one who should be called the ABLE SEAMAN.
Don Quixote was about to reply, but was prevented by the duke and duchess, who came in to see him, and with them there followed a long and delightful conversation, in the course of which Sancho said so many droll and saucy things that he left the duke and duchess wondering not only at his simplicity but at his sharpness.
A monsieur-madame, a fairy, dressed in a red and white polka-dot shirt, tight, white trousers accentuating the crotch and his saucy behind, a short red scarf around his neck with the knot on the side, red shoes, his mop a garish red-blond, a face made up to perfection, lipstick, eyeliner, shadows - the works, and body movements that would make a woman feel like a butch.
She didn't thank him; still, he felt gratified that she had accepted his assistance, and ventured to stand behind as she examined them, and even to stoop and point out what struck his fancy in certain old pictures which they contained; nor was he daunted by the saucy style in which she jerked the page from his finger: he contended himself with going a bit farther back, and looking at her instead of the book.
She didn’t thank him; still, he felt gratified that she had accepted his assistance, and ventured to stand behind as she examined them, and even to stoop and point out what struck his fancy in certain old pictures which they contained; nor was he daunted by the saucy style in which she jerked the page from his finger: he contented himself with going a bit farther back and looking at her instead of the book.

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