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- adv. In a saucy manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a saucy manner; impudently; with impertinent boldness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a saucy manner; pertly; impudently; with impertinent boldness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an impudent or impertinent manner
Gregory came round the corner of the building from the dining-room, and the big girl who was crouching before Clementina, and who boasted that she was not afraid of the student, called saucily to him, "Come here, a minute, Mr. Gregory," and as he approached, she tilted aside, to let him see Clementina's slippers.
Venus, "saucily," or Helen of Troy, I most closely resemble? or am I
"Sarah, Sarah Aaron," saucily; "I told you that three times before.
The most striking thing about the new arrival was its proud and noble bearing – it stood up straight, rather than oozing saucily outwards across the plate like the stuff which came out of the college kitchen.
To some extent, he is your standard dame who saucily announces "I'm Sarah the Cook; my dumplings are the talk of the town."
Grahame saucily plays a waitress here, vying for the affections of her boyfriend (the perpetually annoying Marshall Thompson) and married restauranteur Phillip Dorn.
Mother's bottom thrusts out saucily and she smiles broadly.
They speak still of winter, but also already of spring; they speak of the past, but also saucily and merrily of the new.
However, I believe it is the very je-ne-sais-quoi boldness with which I saucily steer my bird-shit-bedecked “ride” into scattering flocks of L.A. valet parkers that marks the true rebel.
Beyonce also stars as GaGa's butch partner in crime who tells her, saucily, that she has been a "very bad girl."