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saucier

[ saws-yey; French soh-sye ]
/ sɔsˈyeɪ; French soʊˈsyɛ /
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noun, plural sau·ciers [saws-yeyz; French soh-sye]. /sɔsˈyeɪz; French soʊˈsyɛ/. French Cooking.

a chef or cook who specializes in making sauces.

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Origin of saucier

From French, dating back to 1960–65; see origin at sauce, -ier2
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