Don't I remember how she sassed us for gettin' chestnuts in the wood patch back of her corn lot?
But Swatty got up himself and sassed the policeman that came to get him.
And about that man on the truck that sassed us the other day?
He axed me for a drink of water and when I done give it to him he sassed me.
This was surrounded by half the audience, anxious, I afterward learned, for a closer view of the man who had "sassed" the Manager.
I was scared clean out of my senses when she sassed that captain.
I'm pulling enough out to make Simonton sorry he sassed me in a night message.
If dey sassed him he would put spit in their eyes and say 'now I recon you will mind how you sass me.'
He sassed Rawhide again, and told him to mind his own business and give advice when it was asked for, and struck at him.
Still, I thinks to myself, no girl can sass me and not get sassed back, neither.
Impudence; impertinent back talk: if this reporter was going to give her any sass (1835+)
: He kept sassing his mama till she decked him
[fr sauce, ''rude and impudent language or action'']