Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of sauce.
“| Reply since you smell like potstickers has anyone tried to dip you in sause yet or at least lick you?”
“This must be a very good "sause," and a very good receipt when once it is clear to your mind which of them -- the housewives or the pompions -- sink and are to fill and be filled in a pot, and stirred and stewed and put liquor to.”
“For pumpkin "sause" we have a two-centuries-old receipt, which was given by Josselyn, in 1671, in his "New England Rarities," and called by him even at that day "an”
“Since we live on an Island basically everything is imported from the mainland ... never know what we will or will not havce available ... but if something suprising shows up in Chedraui like Cranberry sause, we quckly stock up.”
“April 1, 2010 at 3:05 pm two all-beef patties speshul sause lettuce cheese pickols onions onna a sesame-seed bun”
“Good tip about the homemade green hot sause, better and no extra money.”
“An wun ov mai favrit restaruants in Italee – awn teh bak rode frum Livorno to Firenze – had a MOAST delisshus pappardelle in a *wabbit* sause!”
“Herring in wine soss, a platter of shrimps, steamed clams with melted butter and hawt sause, and….and….”
“Oh, a spicy mater-based sause, and with an opera tie-in!”
“Sew mum soaks sum awld sheets in da hort sause an hangz dem up tu “dry”.”
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