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Definition of "tantalise" [tantalise]

  • Alternative spelling of tantalize. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tantalise" in a sentence
  • "And then the prospectus for the US company AquaBounty offers this observation to tantalise prospective investors: "The traditional fishery harvest from the ocean has stagnated since 1990.""
  • "It's obviously empty: how unlike the slim but ripely crammed Morris Louis case she carries in Hitchcock's Rear Window, from which she produces, to tantalise the stricken James Stewart, the flimsiest of nighties and a pair of slippers with peepholes for her curious big toes."
  • "He has been held back by injury and inconsistency this season but his talent has the capacity to tantalise."