2712 examples of sauced in sentences

I will serve up to you no praises of her sauced with lies.

I haven't any need for praises sauced with lies!

I will serve up to you no praises of her sauced with lies.

Imogen delighted them with her neat housewifery, assisting them in preparing their supper; for though it is not the custom now for young women of high birth to understand cookery, it was then, and Imogen excelled in this useful art; and, as her brothers prettily expressed it, Fidele cut their roots in characters, and sauced their broth, as if Juno had been sick, and Fidele were her dieter.

It seems his sleep was hindered by your railing; no wonder that his head is light; and his meat was sauced with your upbraidings; unquiet meals make ill digestions, and that has thrown him into this fever.

She never sauced Dwight in private.

Rhasis seems to deliberate of it, though Simeon commend it (in sauce peradventure) he makes a question of it: as for baths, fomentations, oils, potions, simples or compounds, inwardly taken to this purpose, I shall speak of them elsewhere.

[5040][Greek: Monon arguron blepousin]: 'tis like sauce to their meat, cum carne condimentum, a good dowry with a wife.

Otra allá, con el cabello suelto sobre los hombros mecíase suspendida de la rama de un sauce sobre la corriente de un río, y sus pequeños pies, color de rosa, hacían una raya de plata al pasar rozando la tersa superficie.

Opposite Jesus there was also one dish with different herbs, and a second containing a brown-coloured sauce of beverage.

They also ate the garlic and green herbs in haste, dipping them in the sauce.

I'll give her a word, if she begins to sauce me.' Teddy agreed to this, and the trio trotted off along a flat, dusty road, Teddy beguiling the way by some of his wonderful stories till they came in sight of the low thatched cottage, covered with roses, that guarded the turnpike.

We ain't going to stand sauce from you.'

Then from that day, he used his soul As bitters to the over dulcet sins, As olives to the fatness of the feast She made those dear heart-breaking ecstasies Of minor chords amid the Phrygian flutes, She sauced his sins with splendid memories, Starry regrets and infinite hopes and fears; His holy youth and his first love Made pearly background to strange-coloured vice.

The following are also prohibited, excepting to such Inmates as may have lost their faculties and cannot any longer make Puns of their own: "your own hair or a wig"; "it will be long enough," etc., etc.; "little of its age," etc., etc.; also, playing upon the following words: hospital; mayor; pun; pitied; bread; sauce, etc., etc., etc.

" "I don't know, but when I told grandma about it, Mrs. Larkins was in the room, and she said if she had done a child of hers so, she would have gone there and sauced her head off; but grandma said that she would not notice it; that the easiest way is the best.

At noon, they paused a half hour in a dense grove and ate bear and deer meat, sauced with some fine, black wild grapes, the vines hanging thick on one of the trees.

Fannie Kilbourne (A); 9Feb55; R144426. Sauce for the goose.

Erle Stanley Gardner (A); 15Jun59; R238117. Sauce for the gander.

GIRLS AND FLOWERS Amorous hyperbole may be defined as obvious exaggeration in praising the charms of a beloved girl or youth; Shakspere speaks of "exclamations hyperbolical ... praises sauced with lies."

Such "praises sauced with lies" abound in the verse and prose of Greek and Roman as well as Sanscrit and other Oriental writers, and they assume as diverse forms as in modern erotic literature.

"These fish are furthermore sacred, more sacred, indeed, than those fish which you, Varro, say you saw in Lydia, (at the same time that you saw the dancing isles) which came to the shore, where the altar was erected for a sacrifice, in shoals at the sound of the Greek pipe, because no one ever ventured to molest them; so no cook has ever been known to have 'sauced' one of these fishes.

READING (61), capital of Berkshire, on the Kennet, 36 m. N. of London; a town of considerable historic interest; was ravaged by the Danes; has imposing ruins of a 12th-century Benedictine abbey, &c.; was besieged and taken by Essex in the Civil War (1643); birthplace of Archbishop Laud; has an important agricultural produce-market, and its manufactures include iron-ware, paper, sauce, and biscuits.

Drain and add salt, pepper and butter or hot cream or cream sauce.

The meal is sauced either with blame of me, messages from the farm-folk, or Bob's exploits in the chase.

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