saucebox


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sauce·box

 (sôs′bŏks′)
n. Informal
An impertinent person.

saucebox

(ˈsɔːsˌbɒks)
n
informal a saucy person
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saucebox

noun
Informal. One who is obnoxiously self-assertive and arrogant:
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30pm Willenhall Social: Tonight: Bingo, Play Your Cards Right; Tomorrow: Bingo, Take Your Pick (morning), Bingo, Take Your Pick, (evening); Sunday: Bingo, Take Your Pick (morning), Bingo and Take Your Pick, (evening); Monday: bingo (morning and evening); Wednesday: bingo, Take Your Pick (evening) Wyken WMC: Tonight: Bingo, open the box and mini tote; Tomorrow: plus bingo, open the box and mini tote; Sunday: Family night with Saucebox, tickets, adult pounds 2, children pounds 1; Lunchtime: Open the Box and mini tote, Evening: bingo; New Year's Eve: Family night with Three's a Crowd, adults only, pounds 3 PUB DIARY TONIGHT The Coventry Arms Pub: Disco Karaoke.
Downtown offers a mix of chain and independent concepts; scattered throughout the city are the big names shaping Portland's food and drink culture, including Wildwood, Higgins Restaurant & Bar, Saucebox, Mint/820 and Genoa, each tapping the riches of the region and differentiating on an aspect of the local.
Before long she was shaking things up as the bar manager at Portland's hip, gay-owned Saucebox.
I liked him for a quick-spoken saucebox and someone to help pass the time.
It became an ideal home for Carey, who owns the well-known Bluehour Restaurant in Portland (see "Life in the Pearl," page 126), and his partner, Joe Rogers, who owns another popular Portland dining spot, Saucebox.
Manx Loaghtan sheep will also be at the Northern Food Drink and Wine Show at the GMex in Manchester from April 12 to 14, where there will be plenty of old favourites such as Saucebox, Bourne Cheshire Cheese as well as food from all over the UK and abroad, with more than 100 exhibitors.