Titivate – English editing.

The verbs titillate and titivate sound alike but do not have the same meaning, and to use the wrong one could be unfortunate. Titillate is the commoner word and means ‘to stimulate or excite’, as in the press are paid to titillate the public. Titivate, on the other hand means ‘to adorn or smarten up’, as in she titivated her hair.
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