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
Thousands gathered at Inferno Fest June 27 in Highwood’s Everts Park in search of new ways to titillate their taste buds and savor new spicy creations.
On Snapchat, that initiative led to sensational headlines and titillating thumbnails.
Maintaining multiple story lines — spinning many plates without ever losing control — is a strategy Fellowes has used to titillating effect on Downton Abbey.
Last year the team hired noted photographer and experimental filmmaker Richard Kern to make a typically titillating video.
Certain scenes in certain plays were designed to titillate what was probably a largely male audience; in the seventeenth century they were often translated from the Italian to be sold in London bookshops.
The initial taste is almost titillating, but smooth.
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.
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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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