sauciness (n.) Old form(s): Saucinesse, sawcines , sawcinesse
insolence, rudeness, impertinence
2H4 II.i.111[Lord Chief Justice to Falstaff] the throng of words that come with such more than impudent sauciness from you
AW IV.v.64[Countess to Lafew, of Bertram giving the Clown permission to stay] which he thinks is a patent for his sauciness
KJ V.ii.133[Bastard to Lewis the Dauphin, of the French invasion] This unhaired sauciness and boyish troops, / The King doth smile at
Tit II.iii.82[Lavinia to Tamora, of Bassianus] Great reason that my noble lord be rated / For sauciness
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