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saucebox

[ saws-boks ]
/ ˈsɔsˌbɒks /
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noun Informal: Older Use.
a saucy person.
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Origin of saucebox

First recorded in 1580–90; sauce + box1
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How to use saucebox in a sentence

  • I had your letter this night, as told you just and no more in my last; for this must be taken up in answering yours, saucebox.

    The Journal to Stella|Jonathan Swift

British Dictionary definitions for saucebox

saucebox
/ (ˈsɔːsˌbɒks) /

noun
informal a saucy person
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