[ UK /tˈiːzɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈtizɝ/ ]
[ US /ˈtizɝ/ ]
- an attention-getting opening presented at the start of a television show
a particularly baffling problem that is said to have a correct solution
that's a real puzzler
he loved to solve chessmate puzzles
- a worker who teases wool
a device for teasing wool
a teaser is used to disentangle the fibers
- a flat at each side of the stage to prevent the audience from seeing into the wings
- someone given to teasing (as by mocking or stirring curiosity)
- an advertisement that offers something free in order to arouse customers' interest
How To Use teaser In A Sentence
- Ballmer was asked the classic teaser question: what he would have done differently.
- He likes to bat and five hours was just a teaser. Times, Sunday Times
- While I'm not picking this title up unless Cass gets treated properly, I will say that the artist who made the teaser is very good. Who’s behind the mask this time? | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
- How he tackled this brain teaser is an interesting insight into the man at the helm of Microsoft. Boing Boing: September 19, 2004 - September 25, 2004 Archives
- My Uncle Gave Me A Hard Lesson I used to be quite a cockteaser. A Very Chilly Victory
- Controlled panic, teasers in, mike on, lures flying across the water.
- There were baffling, unanswerable teasers such as: why is a left foot either ‘trusty’ or ‘educated’ but a right foot is neither?
- Later a man who was sitting at the bar sent me over a glass of sparkling white wine with his phone number, and in front of all the people I worked with, many of them terrible teasers, it was majorly hard to live down.
- The article - I'm looking at the paper NYT - features a lot of pictures of young women with their tongues out, but the teaser on the front page is that picture of Albert Einstein with his tongue out.
- I saw the teaser trailer when it first came out.