Simple past tense and past participle of tantalise. (verb)
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Use "tantalised" in a sentence
"Those tantalised by the prospect of promotion will find it hard not to encourage journalists to propagate the case for "fresh faces" to reinvigorate the government."
"Scratch a little harder, though, and a more interesting truth emerges, about a horse race and a sport that has tantalised the rich and powerful for more than 200 years, and still has the power to tweak the nose of the mightiest."
"Rowling had tantalised her fans by refusing to rule out the possibility of a further Potter adventure, assuring Winfrey she could "definitely write an eighth, ninth and 10th book"."