Similar words: virile, puerile, galileo galilei, peril, drill, verily, warily, thrill. Meaning: [raɪl] v. 1. cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations 2. make turbid by stirring up the sediments of.
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(1) Cancellations and late departures rarely rile him.
(2) Don't let her rile you.
(3) Do not allow the interviewer to rile you.
(4) I knew he was trying to rile me, but I was determined to keep calm.
(5) Don't rile me, he says.
(6) Annoy irritate bother irk vex provoke aggravate peeve rile.
(7) Nothing ever seemed to rile him. Sentencedict.com
(8) Few things rile him more than having his democratic and human - rights credentials questioned internationally.
(9) They have a knack for doing everything possible to rile the snakes and each other.
(10) It does not want to create alarm in the region, nor to rile America.
(11) As the economic, political and cultural center the city as the leading rile in city development.
(12) I only know it is one of the shooting positions for the rile event.
(13) Some Chinese state media suggested the arms row could further rile wider relations.