Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tantalize. (verb)
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Use "tantalizes" in a sentence
"If a title tantalizes you, dear reader, thinker, autodidact, click on the link."
"Johnson, a 45-year-old GOP lobbyist, doesn't reappear in the story, which is otherwise about Rove's hopes for 2012, but the brief reference sure tantalizes."
"But he said his group still opposes the utility bill because "there's a Trojan horse aspect to it" since it tantalizes with the promise of greater grid reliability but then throws in other provisions that give utilities too much money."