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Definition of sassbox

sassbox

  • a person who is verbally insubordinate. A favorite term of old ladies.
    Don't talk back to me you, sassbox!

    Last edited on Jan 10 2003. Submitted by Robert C. from Bay City, MI 48708, USA on Jan 10 2003.

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