saucing

saucing
sɔːs n. gravy, liquid condiment poured over food for extra flavor; something that spices, something that adds flavor; boldness, insolence (Slang); stewed and pureed fruit; vegetables served with meat (Archaic) v. season, spice, give zest to; add sauce, add gravy; speak boldly or insolently (Slang); soften, make less harsh

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