Titillate vs Titivate
Rule
Titillate vs Titivate
  1. Titillate is a VERB = Means to lightly touch, tickle or arouse someone mentally.
  2. “Monkeys often titillate each other.”
  3. Titivate is a VERB = To make oneself or something look more smart and attractive.
  4. “We need to titivate this office.”
Check yourself
  1. 1.
    The young author's new love book ____________ her readers.
    Response options:
    • titillates
    • titivates
  2. 2.
    I must __________ myself before I leave the house every morning.
    Response options:
    • titivate
    • titillate
  3. 3.
    Do you think certain food can __________ us?
    Response options:
    • titivate
    • titillate
  4. 4.
    Ben really wants to __________ his messy garden.
    Response options:
    • titillate
    • titivate
  5. 5.
    The students helped to _________ the old classroom.
    Response options:
    • titillate
    • titivate
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