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adj. sas·si·er, sas·si·est
1. Rude and disrespectful; impudent.
2. Lively and spirited; jaunty.
3. Stylish; chic: a sassy little hat.

[Alteration of saucy.]

sas′si·ly adv.
sas′si·ness n.
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It was then one perfectly formed gem after another, all delivered with the playful sassiness we've come to expect - with a new-found maturity.