It was litigation as entertainment—a farcical tangle of events that titillated a ready, willing, and able country.
They would face death on the morrow, but for the moment at least they were personal and titillated.
We have already seen how ingeniously he titillated public curiosity in the title of his invective against Aretino.
As I titillated the top of my bald head with my forefinger, I plainly perceived that the time had come for me to marry.
And he went off, with Mr. Pottle staring at his shoulder blades which titillated oddly as Mr. Meacham walked.
He experienced endless enjoyment, was titillated by the most enticing temptation.
My politeness was well repaid, for nothing more delicate in the way of an omelet has ever titillated my palate.