Verb(1) harass with persistent criticism or carping
(1) On and off through the afternoon light snow showers came along to tantalize us, dusting the ground white.(2) International festivals like New York City's Lincoln Center Festival tantalize dance lovers with promises of offerings that are extremely varied and unique.(3) Men and women across the nation go the movies and are dazzled by million dollar productions that tantalize the senses and expand the imagination.(4) A good open problem thus has some intrigue, has some surprise, and should tantalize the reader; the solution should appear to be just over the horizon, rather than indistinctly fading away.(5) The tang of the luscious dishes, some of them on display and others being cooked, continue to tantalize your senses as you walk along the tables set in a row.(6) To tantalize readers, Popular Science raises difficult questions about the theory of evolution - the evolution of man, feathers on dinosaurs and the classification of animals.(7) In other words, it's the sort of movie that's bound to frustrate some viewers and tantalize others.(8) But if you are looking for a tantalizingly greasy cheeseburger, you are in luck.(9) So much of the book is a great, sweeping, magical - such magic in so many different forms - American adventure, that we are betrayed by the characters when they make mistakes, when they chose to do those things that we know will hurt them, but more often will hurt us by taking away the sheer, unvarnished tantalisation of the narrative.(10) Create your own taste-bud tantaliser with a mix of several herbs - store in an airtight glass jar and throw in some grains of rice to help keep it dry.(11) The photography, buttressed by watchful blocking and acting, invites careful consideration of the calamity as opposed to tantalization .(12) That's why I was suckered into entering one of those Readers' Digest prize draws - you know, the ones that tantalise you for months, getting you to fill in this and that, tear off this bit, post this bit back.(13) No celebration would be complete without this palate tantaliser .(14) And now she sat on the floor in her sunny yellow room, where those agonizingly sweet childhood remembrances tickled and tantalized her senses and swept her away from reality.(15) Besides offering run-of-the mill pub grub such as fish and chips, the updated menus promised to tantalise taste buds with some more exotic-sounding fare such as black olive bruschetta and charred cod, burnt lemon and Chardonnay risotto.(16) Innovatively flavoured with tantalizing aromas and packed with exotic spices, the festival promises an enticing treat to all biryani buffs.
1. tease ::
2. torment ::
3. torture ::
4. bait ::
5. tempt ::
6. entice ::
7. lure ::
8. allure ::
9. beguile ::
10. excite ::
11. fascinate ::
12. titillate ::
13. intrigue ::
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