Examples of titillate in a Sentence
a film made to titillate the audience
writing that titillates and provokes
Recent Examples of titillate from the Web
As with Cohn before him, the more outrageously and reprehensibly Trump behaved, the more the top rungs of society were titillated by him.
When Schlegels and Wilcoxes meet, each family finds the other alienating and titillating in equal measure.
As Daniels’ lawsuits and titillating details about her encounters with Trump continue to garner publicity, the President has stayed uncharacteristically quiet about the matter.
This scene aims to titillate — Christian ties up Ana's wrists and blindfolds her with her shirt, then grabs an ice cube.
Nip/Tuck, American Horror Story, Feud—are stories of excess, envy, greed and revenge; Versace lived a fabulously extravagant lifestyle in Miami, and his luxurious clothing and ad campaigns were created to titillate.
The Rochard sits at an interesting intersection, potentially titillating Old Dominion’s fashion and photography students as well as nascent art historians.
The tidal surges that titillated and terrified storm watchers with equal measure will temper as heavy rains and high winds roll into the weekend forecast.
Plenty of titillating championship moments, zero major championship trophies.
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TITILLATE Defined for English Language Learners
: to interest or excite (someone) in an enjoyable and often sexual way
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