In Live Nude Girl, the theme shows up as the place where the titillation of nudity meets high art.
You can experience the titillation of finishing something more than once every three to four years.
But the genius of George Carlin comes when you get past the titillation and shock value.
The humour of the play was too good to need assistance from this sort of titillation.
This was an emotion that he had not enjoyed for many years, and it was not without its titillation.
Do not your fingers, Mary, feel an odd kind of titillation to be about my ears for my impudence?
Every one has heard of tickling trout: the tench is almost equally amenable to titillation.
The sliding down bannisters produces a titillation which is agreeable to the sexual organs.
But it was a decadent and blazé company, and something more piquant was needed for their titillation.
The other snored measuredly for a while, but the titillation startled him at length, and he beat the air in his slumber.
early 15c., "pleasing excitement," from Latin titillationem (nominative titillatio) "a tickling," noun of action from past participle stem of titillare "to tickle," imitative of giggling.