(1) It is the tax relief measures, however, that would most pique the interest of the public.(2) Keel killed the pay-raise bill with a last-minute point of order in a fit of pique .(3) he left in a fit of pique(4) Of course it didn't happen and I went out in a fit of pique in the next hand.(5) The president, apparently in a fit of pique , in October abruptly postpones a long-planned summit with Britain.(6) Hopefully with the press we'll pique some people's interest and they'll come see what it's all about.(7) Certainly in France it was an educated decision: it was not one taken in a fit of pique or absent-mindedness.(8) men, who are thought to pique themselves upon their Wit(9) Last night, in a fit of pique , just to show me up for a liar, she took her first steps with the cane.(10) President Theodore Roosevelt, who in a fit of pique coined the term ├ö├ç├┐muckraking├ö├ç├û, called him a potent influence for evil.(11) Even those with only a passing interest in the subject matter should find something to pique their curiosity within.(12) Are Europeans going on a buyer's strike in a fit of pique over Iraq?(13) It was then that in a fit of pique , the deputy smoked three cigarettes in the bar as a ├ö├ç├┐protest├ö├ç├û.(14) Speaking at a Belfast news conference, Mr Ervine denied that his party had left the talks in a fit of pique .(15) But our little dialogue is supposed to pique people's interest.(16) Better, I suppose, that I flame on about flaming out, rather than just quit in a fit of pique after biting my tongue bloody for a month.