- v. present participle of sass.
- n. an impudent or insolent rejoinder
“Just as a side note - if you'd ever like to see a Korean girl get very brave and start sassing is Spanish, buy me a drink ;!”
“Bill Jones -- A good man for "sassing" -- The master of”
“Since then I've heard worse jawing not called sassing, call it arguing now.”
“The things these kids did -- taking drugs, "sassing," getting poor grades, etc -- are things that I did, that my friends did, when I was a kid.”
“You standing up there and 'sassing' back the old dame!”
“I don't like to go with Alf very well; he is always 'sassing' folks on the road.”
“It won't tell us what to pack for the hospital, but it will help us recenter ourselves when we're about to blow our gasket at that precious child who keeps sassing you.”
“You see, Dr. Gates was not just “sassing” Crowley by daring to question the merits of his intrusive presence in his home, but it was also the fact he (Gates) loudly said things alluding to lofty connections above the officer's station to where he could as a Black civilian, impact his life adversely.”
“I made the costly mistake of sassing her when I was about four feet away.”
“We only saw a brief snippet of her, but in that brief clip she managed to sing two completely different songs while also sassing the judges.”
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