Third-person singular simple present indicative form of titillate. (verb)
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Use "titillates" in a sentence
"Here the formula wears thin, and the lyrics don't mesmerize the way they used to, though "Because Of" titillates: "Because of a few songs wherein I spoke of their mystery, women have been exceptionally kind to my old age.""
"And repeatedly Americans seek news that titillates, that is entertaining, that doesn’t challenge either the intellect or set assumptions about politics or religion, or science."
"Chi, who had the most seniority of anyone in the collective, said, This slide show is not for men; it titillates them, and that is not what we want to do with it."