- v. present participle of titivate.
“Dancing With the Stars': What's so 'titivating' about Pamela Anderson?”
“Pamela Anderson does Marilyn Monroe for 'titivating' performance”
“Judge Len Goodman described the foxtrot as 'titivating' and Bruno Tonioli said she exuded 'waves of sensuality.”
“No, it's because it was the only day a professional did their eye make-up and showed them the extent of the woman they could be, if they only had someone with 15 years 'experience, on £200 an hour, following them around each day, titivating their eye sockets with 10 different brushes.”
“I've had Sister MacKenzie titivating me up for you for the last half-hour.”
“He could imagine her titivating at a bow, or throwing sly glances at the spring buds that enticed through the schoolroom windows.”
“The door was opened, and a dozen small beings came in, and began to search for an earthen pitcher with water; there they remained for some hours, washing and titivating themselves.”
“They would never dream of using such dubious words, but it was rather titivating to hear someone else use them – and a girl, at that.”
“They would never dream of using such dubious words, but it was rather titivating to hear someone else use them -- and a girl, at that.”
“While you were titivating yourself at the hotel at Carhaix, I was running round to see what information I could pick up.”
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