Every woman on the planet has sass and smart-ass qualities in them, but it seems sometimes only black women are defined by it.
Zach Galifianakis invited the president to chat on his Internet talk show “Between Two Ferns,” and boy, did Obama sass Zach back.
Think the sass of Tyra Banks, combined with the grit of Miss Jane Pittman.
Kosove concurred that she had “that combination of sass and fortitude that is very much like the real Leigh Anne.”
A delightful balance of sentiment and sass hit all the right notes with the audience.
Thereupon a young sprig, from the East, blustered like a Shanghai rooster, and began to sass the conductor with his chin music.
He's handy to lay the blame on for things, and he doesn't dare to 'sass' back.
“I knew it would be so,” observed old sass, addressing Loraine.
Pa will shoot him again when they meet, if he gives Pa any sass.
Dish, and serve up with lots of sass, as the cookery books say.
Impudence; impertinent back talk: if this reporter was going to give her any sass (1835+)
: He kept sassing his mama till she decked him
[fr sauce, ''rude and impudent language or action'']