[ US /ˈsæsi/ ]
[ UK /sˈæsi/ ]
[ UK /sˈæsi/ ]
improperly forward or bold
don't be fresh with me
Don't get wise with me!
an impudent boy given to insulting strangers
impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup
How To Use sassy In A Sentence
- This camp and sassy pop track comes complete with bitter and twisted lyrics and a hint of europop. The Sun
- The actress has a new movie coming out called Gloria, in which she is a leggy gangster's moll who suddenly has to take care of a sassy, streetwise kid.
- But there are far too many sassy waitresses, far too much Jim Beam in clinking glasses, far too many people reckoning instead of thinking – far too much caricature instead of character, in other words. The OLM Blog
- To make things worse, two sarcastic and sassy FBI agents are also hot on Ford's trail.
- Sassy, brashy, with a tough exterior that belies her soft heart, Scarlett Adams is the kind of role that comes along once in a lifetime.
- Mineralogy _-alogy_, not _-ology_ nature _nature_, or _choor_ oleomargarine _g_ is hard, as in _get_ orchid _orkid_ oust _owst_, not _oost_ peculiar _peculyar_ pecuniary _pekun'yari_ perspiration not _prespiratian_ prestige _pres'tij_ or _prestezh'_ pronunciation _pronunzeashun_ or _pronunsheashun_ saucy not _sassy_ schedule _skedyul_ semi not _semi_ theater _the'ater_ not _thea'ter_ turgid _turjid_ usage _uzage_ usurp _uzurp_ vermilion _vermilyun_ wife's not _wives_ Practical Grammar and Composition
- And would ye belave it, that sassy little boat was a lyin 'beyant the bridge all the toime we were here, an' us not suspectin 'the same! Motor Boat Boys Mississippi Cruise or, The Dash for Dixie
- It's funny, it's smart, it's endearing and it's a little sassy too.
- Elizabeth Leiknes is the author of "The Sinful Life of Lucy Burns," a novel she describes as sassy women's fiction. The Record-Courier - Top Stories
- In other words this is sassy, bold, sophisticated cooking.