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
Much was made of the author’s looks—she was named one of People magazine’s most beautiful people—and lack of literary background; there was titillated interest in her days living in a slum and working as an aerobics instructor.
Anyone who has been to art school knows the groundbreaking work of the Swiss artists Peter Fischli and David Weiss, whose titillating Rube Goldberg-esque videos often wake students from their lecture-room slumber.
Michael H. Goldhaber The possibility that Trump could be forced out of office isn’t titillating—
Lurid and titillating, the film is full of perverse details of heinous crimes and marked by a seductively ambiguous bond that forms between the young agent-to-be, Clarice Starling, and the brilliant monster Lecter.
The late 1990s saga resulted in perjury charges and impeachment hearings for the 42nd U.S. president that titillated and disgusted Americans for more than a year.
Both titillating and fun, this work turned out to be a good bridge between the Mozart works.
Panoptica were popular wax museums that mixed education with just enough elements of a freak show to titillate audiences.
All of those technology challenges for me are titillating.
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Origin and Etymology of titillate
Latin titillatus, past participle of titillare
First Known Use: 1620See Words from the same year
TITILLATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of titillate for English Language Learners
: to interest or excite (someone) in an enjoyable and often sexual way
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