Talk:tease

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There's some sort of cosmetological meaning for "tease" too, having to do with hair. I don't know what it means, otherwise I'd contribute it myself. —This unsigned comment was added by 216.101.162.42 (talkcontribs) at 16:46 2 February 2009.

Emerging new sense[edit]

"The game was first teased before the Spike Video Game Awards on November 29, 2011" — i.e. to have a teaser shown. Equinox 09:44, 12 April 2012 (UTC)