teasing[ teez ]SEE DEFINITION OF teasing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TEASING
It suited his whim, and it did more than that: it gave him a chance to speak to her in his teasing way.
Napoleon flushed with anger, enraged both at the intrusion and the teasing.
No; the spirit of a lion is not to be roused by the teasing of an insect.
She smiled faintly, vaguely, tolerantly, as if she enjoyed his pleasure in teasing her.
"I know," answered Bart, for he had a habit of teasing his sister.
Of course he'd be sorry for her, and all that, but he would only show it by teasing.
Cicely Howe has been teasing me to stop over and go with her.
Miss Maud's "teasing" concerning the widow had set Jed to thinking.
"He meant that he will come up to see you," replied Dic, teasing her.
There had been a bit of a teasing lilt in her half smothered words.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TEASING
- badly behaved
- feeling one's oats
- full of pep