After that moment one of the most tantalizing mysteries of aviation begins.
It's a tantalizing, timely premise, but the film is simplistic and repetitive.
The tantalizing notion that we can become millionaires overnight is appealing in any economy.
This tantalizing scenario seems a faithful reflection of the man; but of course we will never know.
But it was laced with tantalizing statements about portentous decisions and policies in the offing.
“But you really are tantalizing to-night, my dear boy,” she said.
The voice was almost as familiar to him as was his own, and yet it persisted in tantalizing his memory.
My father said the very word was tantalizing to a lot of men who were almost dying of hunger.
There was the tantalizing feeling that I was on the verge of knowing at least something.
Our best view of the aqueducts was on this journey, but it was the tantalizing sort of view one gets from a railway carriage.
1590s, from Latin Tantalus, from Greek Tantalos, king of Phrygia, son of Zeus, punished in the afterlife (for an offense variously given) by being made to stand in a river up to his chin, under branches laden with fruit, all of which withdrew from his reach whenever he tried to eat or drink. His story was known to Chaucer (c.1369).