Which preposition to use with saucy

with Occurrences 8%

Then for his Equipage, 'tis banisht to one small Monsieur, who (saucy with his Master's Poverty) is rather a Companion than a Footman.

to Occurrences 6%

He said, 'Were I a chief, I would dress my servants better than myself, and knock a fellow down if he looked saucy to a Macdonald in rags: but I would not treat men as brutes.

on Occurrences 2%

Upwards of fourteen million Young Men's Christian Associations have crowded to hear her thrilling eloquence, and lecture committees all over the land have grown fat and saucy on the enormous profits yielded by her engagements.

as Occurrences 1%

with a sweet lip pouted out, as saucy as pretty; implying a lovely scorn, that yet can only be lovely in youth so blooming, and beauty so divinely distinguished.

for Occurrences 1%

But, since the victory with us remains, You shall be call'd to twelve in all our gains; If you'll not think us saucy for our pains.

than Occurrences 1%

Some asserted that the Negroes were such stubborn creatures that there could be no such close dealing with them, and that even when converted they became saucier than pious.

Which preposition to use with  saucy