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  • n. Plural form of tease.


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  • It doesn't ever get as loud as the title teases, but it definitely hits on all frequencies.

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  • A nude woman covered by chiffon, that teases, that is really sexy.

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  • The Skins did at least have some playoff appearances this decade, but looking back it's clear those were merely dick teases, which is what each free agent signing (not named London Fletcher) has been.

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  • He even kind of teases his opponents for joining him aboard this change argument, this big change that everybody seems to be talking about.

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  • My wife she kind of teases me some times and gives me all the presents to wrap but I'd be trying to get the presents ready, make things nice for everybody.

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  • And why are you also avoiding what are called in the business "teases," as we do on this show -- "coming up, a heck of a story about such and such"?

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  • The proposal, tentatively titled "So You Are a Star," teases: "What if your ex-wife used her public platform to spread rumors about your relationship with your children?"

  • On the flipside, women can be seen as "teases" or "prudes" for not having sex.

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  • As it turned out, however, this was to be the first of many 'teases' the series had to offer, each time dangling the promise of plot development in front of us, only to snatch it cruelly away.

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