sassiness


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Cleverly written, this book is lots of fun and confident young readers will love the twists in the story from the author's English debut and Sesame's sassiness.
I love adolescents--the intensity, the exuberance, the screaming laughter, the sassiness, the stubborness, but also the shyness, the awkwardness, the anxiety, the self-doubt, the demands, the sulking, the expectation of fairness, the outrage at injustice and being denied.
And yet, the slippery sassiness of this collection, in its confidence, conviction and fearlessness, is an overall virtue.
With her red locks piled on top of her head and white boxing boots accentuating her year-round orange hue, the 22-year-old model managed to add a touch of her signature sassiness to the boxing-themed shoot.
It's a hack and slash zombie romp that balances out the limited nature of the gameplay with a huge amount of sassiness and verve.
Two women who barely register on adland's Universal Sassiness Scale lack the intellectual dynamism to choose a chocolate bar, presumably as their husbands aren't there to help.
The red isour sassiness, the pink our sweetness, the orange our quirkiness and the yellow our zestiness.
For me, I think that the sexiness and sassiness is a part of my cards, but I think over time people have started to see, 'Oh there's more to that, it's quite interesting and very layered and dimensional and, yeah, 'she's not hard on the eyes'," said Perry.
Women just love Gabby's sassiness, and we've even had a few men ask about her," said Drake.
Not every song hit the required peaks of sassiness but King's vocal was smooth enough to carry off standards such as God Bless the Child, Our Love Is Different and Strange Fruit well.
They were the usual ones -- too classic and lacking the sassiness and creativity that we wanted.
The most notable characteristic of Sapphire is her sassiness which is exceeded only by her verbosity.
My native sassiness which had brought me from under the heels of brutes, had been softened by contact with the respectfulness of Ghanaians, yet, unlike them I did not belong to a place from which I could not be dislodged" (Angelou 173-74).
After two seasons, "Psych" has managed to keep its sassiness.