Definition of sauciness in English:

sauciness

noun

informal
  • See saucy

    • ‘We are surrounded on a daily basis by sex and yet television still gets singled out when there's a little bit of sauciness on.’
    • ‘The traditional home of the dirty weekend has acquired a few stylish new hotels of late, but for sheer sauciness, none of them can match this one.’
    • ‘A lot of adults won't admit it, but they find slapstick comedy funny as well - especially if it's combined with a little bit of harmless sauciness.’
    • ‘Despite her self-possession, Ali, 35, does not always radiate calm sauciness.’
    • ‘I can make a man blush by saying something sincere, with a dollop of sauciness thrown in.’

Pronunciation

sauciness

/ˈsɔːsɪnəs/