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- v. Present participle of titillate.
- adj. Pleasantly and sensually exciting.
- adj. Arousing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. pleasantly and superficially exciting
- adj. exciting by touching lightly so as to cause laughter or twitching movements
- adj. giving sexual pleasure; sexually arousing
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Working part-time as a telephone-dating operator, Nico Hayashi has plenty of clients eager to engage her in titillating conversation.
And with each successive viewing as time has progressed, I find it more unsettling, and not the least bit titillating, which is how I'm sure Louis Malle intended it.
In an example of what has been called titillating "climate porn," we have been warned that warming might make malaria endemic in Vermont.
At any rate, it does seem true that a young woman may sometimes behave in a way that can be called titillating, and that men take such behavior as being directed entirely at them.
In fact, I find them morbidly titillating, which is why the Post puts them there in the first place.
This poster should be banned because it uses the word "titillating," which contains the word "tit," AND WE CANNOT CORRUPT OUR YOUTH WITH NAUGHTINESS.
Her mysteries at once present Jews in a positive way but also allow for a kind of titillating voyeurism.
Last week, NBC-TV reported on the trend toward ever-sexier Halloween costumes for young girls, which has produced pintsized hordes of hooker-esque six-year-olds wearing the kind of titillating French maid get-ups that have long been a staple of pornography.
So, the problem we had in the past at the camp in Northern Kuwait, where I have been based is that, these first reports are almost always kind of titillating and everybody is very curious and wants to rush out to a site, but often times, at least until now, it has not produced the smoking gun that the administration has been looking for.
I suspect she took it all in her stride or perhaps she is now scouring the bookshelves at home looking for the the book to sneak a titillating peak much in the way she may have once done with Lady Chatterley’s Lover.
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