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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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I like her sassiness. Heck, I even like her deep, baritone voice.
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Her infectious personality, positive attitude, laugh, sassiness, and confidence made her a blast to be around.
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Headgear: One of the recent trends is the head gear, we have them in various shapes and colours and apart of its sassiness when its worn, it can help prevent dust from getting into your scalp or your hair because with the harmattan wind comes parching dust- for the head-gears we have the Bowler/Derby hat, the Ghutrah scarf whuich many people know as the Arabian scarf worn in Dubai and other areas, then the Bucket hat, the Fedora which looks like the chic version of the cowboy hat, the baseball hat which I think looks better on the ladies, the Boater hat commonly made of straw with a ribbon tied around, the Chilote cap or the Bobble hat covers the whole head which is very similar to the head warmer and a lot more others.
I love the sassiness of this print and the oversized fit is so in right now.