[ UK /tˈɪtɪlˌe‍ɪtɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈtɪtəˌɫeɪtɪŋ/ ]
  1. giving sexual pleasure; sexually arousing
  2. pleasantly and superficially exciting
  3. exciting by touching lightly so as to cause laughter or twitching movements
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How To Use titillating In A Sentence

  • Then why this grand spectacle, starting from titillating anticipation to frenzied post-mortems after the budget is unveiled?
  • The momentum derives not from a lulling flow or titillating suspense but from astoundingly acrobatic leaps from perch to perch.
  • * the great Colossus POV as it spies on Forbin, especially in the more titillating sections and all of that visual flamboyance is coupled with the magnificently chilling audio centerpiece: the Voice of Colossus and its horrifying implacable tone. Show #29: Pre-show Discussion : The Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas
  • It is this that lends her mildly titillating fiction the veneer of importance.
  • I've refreshed my memory over the past couple of days and, strewth, how spectacularly untitillating can you get? Times, Sunday Times
  • As for the film being racy, raunchy or titillating, there's utterly nothing groundbreaking here.
  • By the time that same child is 18 years old, approximately 40,000 sexually titillating scenes will have been viewed.
  • In past albums the titillating message was overshadowed by a bouncy, girlish beat and image.
  • We thrive on the superficial barb, and shrink from the deeper, more complex, less titillating ambiguities of an issue.
  • There seems to be titillating flirtation that transpires -- vocalization, sniffing, nuzzling, nipping, or flehmen response -- all of which involve the stallion seeing and interacting with a mare's head and forebody. TheHorse.com News
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