What is another word for tantaliser?

Pronunciation: [tˈantəlˌa͡ɪzə] (IPA)

Tantaliser is a word that means to tease or provoke someone or something by offering something desirable but not providing it. Some synonyms for tantaliser include teaser, tormentor, provocateur, baiter, goader, inciter, and mocker. These words all express the notion of introducing a temptation or an alluring possibility that is not fulfilled or is frustrated. Tantalizer is a versatile term that can be used for many different situations where someone is deliberately giving an impression or creating an expectation that is not realized. Whether in personal relationships, marketing campaigns, or political discourse, the idea of tantalizing always carries a sense of wanting more.

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Usage examples for Tantaliser

And 'ere's the spirits in the tantaliser 'tisn't ever kept locked, in case Master Johnny should bring a friend in.
"Windows (Fifth Series Plays)"
John Galsworthy Last Updated: February 10, 2009
"Little chatterbox Jenny Steele tells me he has had three dances out of the last five with Eileen Pederstone," was the next tantaliser.
"The Spoilers of the Valley"
Robert Watson

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