View synonyms for sauced


[ sawst ]


, Slang.
  1. intoxicated; drunk.

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Other Words From

  • un·sauced adjective
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Word History and Origins

Origin of sauced1

Probably blend of soused and sauce (in sense “liquor”)
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Example Sentences

Whip is a hotshot, sauced-up captain whose substance-abuse habit crash-lands him, quite literally, into a whole heap of trouble.

Sen. Sherrod Brown knows which side his omelet is hot-sauced on.

Skip this over-priced, over-sauced, and under-lit experience.

You get no common beef at clubs; there is a manzy of different things all sauced up to be unlike themsels.

Even vice and cruelty they will not admire, unless sauced by some piquant oddity, and served up in some extraordinary dish.

Know that capons or chickens be arrayed after one sauce; the chickens shall be sauced with green sauce or veriuyce.

He is told to be cautious, and we catch him writing a letter to you, and we foil the attempt, and get sauced at for our pains.

Let gentle admonicion be oure rodde, and sometyme chydyng also, but sauced wyth mekenes, not bitternes.


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