verb (used with object), teased, teas·ing.
verb (used without object), teased, teas·ing.
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The Dukes of Hazzard were masters of button-popped shirts, teasingly open.
They exchanged long hugs, kidded each other, teasingly pulled rank, and shouted “hooah,” the warrior expression of approval.
Her husband, director of corporate wholesale for an automotive group, teasingly calls her crazy, but supports her fully.Meet Mariann From Brooklyn, Howard Stern’s Biggest Fan|Kevin Fallon|February 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It's No 'Schmoopie' Barack teasingly calls Michelle “Flotus”—her official acronym (first lady of the United States).
In fact, it teasingly suggests that Vanderbilt's a real softie.
"I haven't a doubt but that some one will try to if you don't treat him better," Mary Lee said teasingly.The Four Corners in Japan|Amy Ella Blanchard
"Why, the person named in the letter you brought, of course," said Friar Mathieu teasingly.The Saracen: The Holy War|Robert Shea
She burst out laughing, teasingly reminded me of my former railings against prejudice, and in the end I joined in her laughter.The Confession of a Fool|August Strindberg
“You should know what goes on there,” laughed Katharine, teasingly.The Mystery of Arnold Hall|Helen M. Persons
"You won't be able to find your way to Lincoln's Inn by yourself," said Tom teasingly.Miss Merivale's Mistake|Mrs. Henry Clarke