saucebox

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Etymology[edit]

sauce +‎ box

Noun[edit]

saucebox (plural sauceboxes)

  1. (colloquial) A saucy, impudent or impertinent person.
  2. (colloquial) The mouth.
    • 2015, Bec McMaster, Of Silk and Steam
      “Shut your saucebox and get out of my sight,” Blade said.

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