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- adv. In a tantalizing manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a tantalizing or teasing manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a tantalizing manner; by tantalizing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a tantalizing manner
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But with a title tantalizingly close yet remaining elusive, this caused even more heartache.
To some potential readers, the title tantalizingly suggests that Boyd, an African-American who rose to become managing editor of
And the name tantalizingly floated, often in private conversation with health care advocates, is Antonin Scalia.
Their first World Cup title tantalizingly within reach, they failed in the final for the third time.
Even with their first World Cup title tantalizingly within reach, they failed in the final for the third time.
On the face of things, it seemed so tantalizingly easy.
The hawks on the rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee have appeared tantalizingly close to winning over enough colleagues to secure a rate rise in recent months, but in April their arguments for tighter policy were overshadowed by worries about the U.K.'s hard-pressed consumers.
Two groups of them, using the particle accelerator in Switzerland, have announced that they are tantalizingly close to bagging the biggest prize in physics and a possible Nobel: the elusive Higgs particle, which the media have dubbed the "God particle."
Before Phoenix had Steve Nash, it had Kevin Johnson, the point guard from the 1990s Suns who could be tantalizingly spectacular on one play and frustratingly willful the next.
The water-logged Lee was tantalizingly close to Texas but hopes dimmed for relief from the state's worst drought since the 1950s as the storm's forecast track shifted east.