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- v. Present participle of tease.
- n. The act of teasing; making fun of or making light of.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Vexing; irritating; annoying.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. playful vexation
- adj. arousing sexual desire without intending to satisfy it
- adj. causing irritation or annoyance
- n. the act of removing tangles from you hair with a comb
- n. the act of harassing someone playfully or maliciously (especially by ridicule); provoking someone with persistent annoyances
- adj. playfully vexing (especially by ridicule)
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Pitt objected only to their proposed methods, which he termed a teasing, harassing opposition.
Jonathan's achievement in teasing and tormenting and delighting us for so many years deserves rather more than the passing tribute of a sigh.
This needs to be a wake-up call to everyone: teenage bullying and teasing is an epidemic in this country, and the death rate is climbing.
If you save up enough, you can get your own life-sized Valeria Love Doll, or one of those metal brain teasing puzzles inspired by James Earl Jones 'role.
The faux killings of Ray and Chris at the end of “All the Young Dudes” were nothing more than an excuse to create a cliffhanger to bring us back, so teasing is the name of the game with this show.
Per the website Indigo's after Max. And it looks like Nalini's once again teasing us as to who is next.
Happy Birthday - thanks for the brain teasing and the laughs.
They aren't specific to science, and therefore aren't any help in teasing apart science from non-science.
‘We are following,’ said Don Ramón in Spanish, teasing her.
She said that he seemed to take delight in teasing her.