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saucy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsaucysauc‧y /ˈsɔːsi $ ˈsɒːsi/ adjective old-fashioned  RUDE/OBSCENEsaucy jokes, remarks etc are about sex in a way that is amusing but not shocking saucy postcardssaucily adverbsauciness noun [uncountable]
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saucyKen Urdahl is young, a little more saucy.I was an idiot, and Natalia the ideal woman: saucy, beautiful and wholesome.It's an exhausting ride from saucy comedy to icky, heartbreaking violence, but don't be put off.saucy headlinesThere is, for instance, the inevitable saucy servant girl, played in sprightly fashion by Suzanne Bouchard.Indira Varma plays Maya, a saucy servant girl talented in the art of love.But in London it brought belly laughs with a bawdy display of music hall humour and saucy songs.a saucy, spirited girlsaucy swimwear
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