A Virginia Republican resigned his post for sassing President Obama over Muslims.
It must have dropped out of her pocket when she was digging and sassing Mr. Pemberton.
His wife had been sassing the grocer and the butter-man on the back of her checks.
Miss Hattie got sent to bed onct for sassing the thin one that wants special dishes and all her water boiled.
Old Epps made himself a mucker to-day by sassing some of the gents of the fleet, and the boys are handing him a little something.
Harky, who should have been sassing him back, was meekly turning the other cheek.
She was regretfully bounced out of three department stores in six days for "sassing" the customers and the aisle-manager.
"I don't blame you for sassing that skewangled old tywhoopus, sir," admitted the old skipper.
As Will Dow later remarked about him, he was "an awfully good man to have on your side if there was any sassing to be done."
"Served the naygur right for sassing a sergeant," was Sergeant McGillicuddy's view.
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'']