Definition of tantalizing
: possessing a quality that arouses or stimulates desire or interest; also : mockingly or teasingly out of reach
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Time and history march on, but Abe Zapruder’s home movie endures, a tantalizing enigma.
To be clear: there’s no indication whatever that Marriott pegged its promo to Tuesday’s election, and Marriott Rewards members get regular tantalizing offers from around the globe.
At first, there is so much promise, mysterious and tantalizing.
And, most tantalizing of all, the network will be previewing their musical event of the Rocky Horror Picture Show starring Victoria Justice and Laverne Cox.
The more tantalizing question is whether epigenetic messages can, like genes, cross from parents to their offspring.
To the utility and the provincial government, the process known as carbon capture and storage seemed tantalizing when a review of the power system began 11 years ago.
Still, the prospect of a new, teenage Spidey trading sarcastic insults and cutting comebacks with Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) and Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper) is tantalizing.
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