sassiness


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sas·sy

 (săs′ē)
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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Meghan's got a great style, is very confident in her style and she will bring a bit of American sassiness to the look of the royal family," Shulman said (via Express).
Johnson and Hart catalyse an amusingly fractious double-act while Black has a hoot channelling the sassiness of a classroom queen bee, including one sequence in which he tutors Gillan in the fine art of flirtation.
Johnson and Hart catalyse an amusingly fractious double-act while Black has a hoot channelling the sassiness of a classroom queen bee, including a standout sequence in which he tutors Gillan in the fine art of flirtation.
Then I managed a neat sketch of 'dos and don'ts' that can lead me to the crown of sassiness.
As though from on high, he scoffs at the sassiness of serfs shouting for his surrender.
Honestly, it's worth watching Cats just for the costumes and sassiness.
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According to the sisters' vision, the brand is all about sassiness, classiness and edginess combined together in the most fashionable forms.
There are five different packs with more silliness and sassiness than ever before, and each collection contains 12 clever cards.
The title track from the singer's most recent album swaps the sassiness of previous singles for passionate, emotive vocals and a twinkling melody with heavy synth and drums.
This is a great one for reluctant readers, many of whom will appreciate Sammy's sassiness, with a positive message about being yourself, and accepting others for who they are.
His famous spiky hair seems as emblematic of his sassiness and nonconformity as it is a sign of an insatiable need for attention and recognition.