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- adv. in a teasing way or manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a teasing manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a playfully teasing manner
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"Why, Jane, you naughty thing," she called teasingly as she approached nearer.
The bankrupts, wearing their yellow hats, called teasingly, "Largesse!
I believe "-- teasingly --" you're just aching to hear all about it? "
Playing to the crowd, she raised it above her head teasingly.
I released him to roll my tank top up slowly, teasingly.
Slithering down to lean on my elbow beside him, my palm rested teasingly on his thigh.
I arched my hips, my body clenching with need, and was rewarded with the sensation of the head pushing in, slowly, teasingly.
As to the claims of these educators, affirmed in “Navigating,” that “cutbacks in the bureaucracy were part of a white effort to wrest back control,” the author of Dreams says teasingly, “not so true.”
Masters of build-up, the group teasingly heightened their escalations and intensified their resolves, slowing down at all the right moments enough to give notes their full due.
But in fact, it was, as I said teasingly to an English friend, just two kids gettin' hitched.