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Definition of Titillatingly
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Literary usage of Titillatingly
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1. Another Book on the Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1915)
"... healthy risque farce in which adultery, instead of being, as now, nastily jockeyed with and titillatingly deferred, should figure as a realized fact. ..."
2. Paris & Ile de France by Heather Stimmler-Hall (2004)
"The Marais is still happily gay (although more mixed than before), while the titillatingly sleazy Pigalle has been somewhat tamed by the encroachment of ..."
3. Global Infatuation: Explorations in Transnational Publishing and Texts : the by Eva Hemmungs Wirtén (1998)
"... particular characteristics served the purpose of harnessing the "foreign" into a titillatingly, yet reassuringly familiar frame.32 There lies a danger, ..."