Examples of titillate in a Sentence
a film made to titillate the audience
writing that titillates and provokes
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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.
Think: a whole lot of T&A meant to titillate men with barely a thought spared for whether the women featured really got off too.
White Famous is a jumble of hyper-masculine yucks designed to titillate and amusemale viewers, but its viewpoint feels outdated and in poor taste.
These pieces were designed less to soberly inform than to titillate and transport.
The result is that citizens are reduced to horrified and titillated spectators—while the bad actor in power continues to swell his ratings.
Some highlights that titillated our lizard brains the most: Daryl’s back on his motorcycle, leading a horde of zombies and making a lot of boxes explode.
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