“His sense of integrity is probably the most important quality to me as a president,” said saucier, now a volunteer for Huntsman.
His most recent book, The saucier's Apprentice , will be published in paperback in May.
Captain saucier extended his hands to lift her, but she lay down again, holding the whip bolt upright.
Our young lady returned to us saucier and more passionate, and haughtier than ever.
Madame saucier uttered a shriek as a great swell rolled the boat.
Captain saucier thought he could, and he saw it would have to be done quickly.
The keen small shriek was so terrible in its helplessness and appeal to Heaven that Captain saucier was made limp by it.
"I would gladly put her out," said Captain saucier anxiously.
Captain saucier went again to the window, his wife and daughter and Peggy with him.
A puff of gray wind come down; a saucier gust went by; and then a swirl of galish wind jumped over the pans.
c.1500, "resembling sauce," later "impertinent, flippantly bold, cheeky" (1520s), from sauce (n.) + -y (2). The connecting notion is the figurative sense of "piquancy in words or actions." Cf. sauce malapert "impertinence" (1520s), and slang phrase to have eaten sauce "be abusive" (1520s). Also cf. salty in same senses.