I. noun Etymology: alteration of 1sauce Date: 1835 impudent speech II. transitive verb Date: 1856 to talk impudently or disrespectfully to

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  • Sass — or being sassy is a failure to behave according to social norms, often in a disrespectful or rude way. There is an order of severity as to what one might consider being sassy :Fact|date=July 2008 *Impolite *Faux pas… …   Wikipedia

  • sass — sass·wood; sur·sass·ite; sass; …   English syllables

  • sass — [sæs] v [T] AmE informal [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: sassy] to talk in a rude way to someone you should respect ▪ Don t you sass me, young lady! …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sass — [n] back talk answer, cheek, guff, lip, mouth, nasty reply, retort, sauce; concepts 46 sass [v] talk back answer back, give lip*, mouth off*, wise off*; concept 401 …   New thesaurus

  • sass — impudence, 1835, back formation from SASSY (Cf. sassy). The verb is first recorded 1856. Related: Sassed; sassing …   Etymology dictionary

  • sass — [sas] n. [var. of SAUCE] 1. Dial. a) garden vegetables b) stewed fruit or preserves 2. Informal impudent talk vt. Informal to talk impudently to …   English World dictionary

  • SASS — Sport athlétique saint séverin SA Saint Sever Club fondé le 3 mars 1905 Couleurs Maillot cerclé noir et blanc short et bas noirs …   Wikipédia en Français

  • sass — 1) vb American to speak or behave irreverently or insolently (towards), to cheek (someone). The verb is from the earlier, but now rarer, noun form. ► Don t you sass me, boy. 2) n American impudence, insolence. Sass is a folksy or dialect form of… …   Contemporary slang

  • sass — sass1 /sas/, n. Chiefly New Eng., Midland, and Southern U.S. 1. stewed fruit; fruit sauce. 2. fresh vegetables. [1765 75; var. of SAUCE] sass2 /sas/, Informal. n. 1. impudent or disrespectful back talk: Both parents refuse to take any sass from… …   Universalium

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