(v.) an interjection usedwhen a bout of bad luck has fallen upon someone, or when somebody is hurt, defeated, or is clearly about to catch herpes. primarily used and popularized in Eastern Massachusetts, more specifically in the village of Winthrop By The Sea.
The term used to acknowledge someone who has just been owned or served by someone else. "Sauced" is usually said by the outside person in a group of people. This term is commonly used in Massachusetts.
Jamie: "Hey guys, what's been going on?"
Brad: "Haha, did your mom pick out those clothes for you?"
Billy: "You just got sauced!"
Jamie: "C'mon guys..."