Definition of Titivations

1. titivation [n] - See also: titivation



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Titivations

titillated
titillates
titillating
titillatingly
titillations
titillative
titin
titipounamu
titis
titivate
titivated
titivates
titivating
titivation
titivations (current term)
titlark
titlarks
title
title-holder
title case
title character
title characters
title deed
title deeds
title defect
title defects
title of respect
title page
title pages

Literary usage of Titivations

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Letters of Henry James by Henry James (1920)
"... bereft of any convenient journalistic ease—I am just beginning to re-do . . . certain little old Italian papers, with titivations and expansions, ..."

2. The Letters of Henry James by Henry James (1920)
"... bereft of any convenient journalistic ease—I am just beginning to re-do . . . certain little old Italian papers, with titivations and expansions, ..."

3. Their Day in Court by Percival Pollard (1909)
"... no delicate titivations of the text, after the manner of a Miss Repplier; no summing up of the whole matter in the space of a few coruscant pages, ..."

4. Hunt's Yachting Magazine (1866)
"Before however we were ready for shore, and while we were bestowing on ourselves those last titivations which should incontinently slay each lovely Señorita ..."

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