How Do You Spell SAUCER?

Correct spelling for the English word "saucer" is [s_ˈɔː_s_ə], [sˈɔːsə], [sˈɔːsə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of SAUCER

  1. Shallow vessel for standing cup on to intercept spillings of tea &c. (s. eye, large& round as a s., whence saucer-eyed a.); vessel placed under flowerpot to prevent water from running away at once; any small shallow round vessel resembling tea-s. Hence saucerful(2) n., saucerless a. [old French]

Common Misspellings for SAUCER

Below is the list of 302 misspellings for the word "saucer".

Usage Examples for SAUCER

  1. The summit of the mesa was found to consist of a small plateau, about a quarter of an acre in extent, perfectly bare, and shaped like a saucer. - "The Border Boys Across the Frontier" by Fremont B. Deering
  2. Well, say, does a cat go by a saucer of cream without taking a lick? - "Deep Furrows" by Hopkins Moorhouse
  3. Laughing, they put it down on the tray, each holding one side of the saucer. - "Prudence of the Parsonage" by Ethel Hueston
  4. The snow from the peaks feeds into that cup, or rather saucer, up on top, back of Mount Jefferson. - "The Young Alaskans on the Missouri" by Emerson Hough
  5. " How peaceful it looks," he thought, sitting there, with the saucer in his hand, and his eyes on the purple shadows that slanted over the ploughed fields. - "Virginia" by Ellen Glasgow