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Saucy

adjective; analogy
Fashionable or well-dressed.
 
The adjective is a converted form of the noun “sauce”. This noun is in itself an analogy; it’s used as a noun to relate to something that adds extra or brings out the best qualities, much as a sauce would do in a food dish. It’s used mostly to describe articles of clothing or outfits, hence the resulting definition.
Etymology : similar to etymology for “sauce”
Source : “Wow you are looking saucy today!” (conversation with friends, 11/17/16)
Last modified: 7 December 2016


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