- n. Plural form of teaser.
“Teachers can use these logic puzzles as brain teasers to start the day or for rainy day activities.”
“Get a book of brain teasers and puzzles and solve them.”
“Thanks, Kim and Kate and Kimberly – glad you like our little brain teasers!”
“C*CKTEASERS: Reading about the new “Lost” characters and watching “Office” teasers is like starving to death on a desert island and reading cookbooks, and the cookbooks also have “Office” teasers in them somehow.”
“I do two or three of the word teasers a day and there's always a jigsaw in various stages of completion on my dining room table.”
“The word teasers flashing on his computer screen seemed tuned to his personal abilities.”
“First, Mr Rentoul witheringly says the Eye lacks any grasp of "postmodern humour"; then, he segues into a meandering Journalism 101 primer on the concept of "teasers" -- pausing on the way, irrelevantly, to insult Lord Gnome's performance on Question Time.”
“A day or two before the release of one recent message from bin Laden, his media handlers issued Internet "teasers" -- brief announcements declaring that a bin Laden message was about to be released.”
“– also funny signs and or brain teasers – might be fun”
“It wasn’t just the controls, it was the repetitiveness of the missions, “devil may cry” level of puzzle difficulty, etc. (and don’t take that as a jab at DMC, I love that series, the puzzles were not exactly brain teasers, though.”
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