What does this mean?

I couldn't find it in my dictionaries.

Thank you in advance,
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It was very impudent, it was very saucy, it was very sassy... do any of those words mean anything to you?
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Dear Grammar Geek,

Thank you for your reply.

No, I found this expression in a novel and just wanted to know if it means anything.

Now I understand. Thank you,

filha da pika
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I would say "the cheek of it!' as a response to something that someone did that was cheeky, naughty, or if they were trying to get away with something in a bare-faced way.

"Charging $20 for a jar of strawberry jam? The cheek of it!"