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Sauce, vb. 1) to accompany with a sauce, to give a relish to: “his meat was --d with thy upbraidings,” Err. V, 73. “his folly --d with discretion,” Troil. I, 2, 24. “praises --d with lies,” Cor. I, 9, 53. to s. thy dishes (with poison) Tim. IV, 3, 299. “--d our broths, as Juno had been sick and he her dieter,” Cymb. IV, 2, 50.
2) to gratify, to tickle: “s. his palate with thy most operant poison,” Tim. IV, 3, 24.* Ironically, == to pepper: “I'll make them pay, I'll s. them,” Wiv. IV, 3, 11. Wiv. IV, 3, 11 “I'll s. her with bitter words,” As III, 5, 69.
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