Similar words: embroiled, broiler, spoiled, shop-soiled, roil, embroil, castor oil, toilet. Meaning: [rɔɪl] adj. 1. aroused to impatience or anger 2. (of a liquid) agitated vigorously; in a state of turbulence.
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1 She roiled the wine in his presence.
2 The water roiled to his left as he climbed carefully at the edge of the waterfall.
3 She was often roiled up over some household affairs.
4 They were roiled by rumours.
5 The dark clouds roiled up about the top of the mountain.
6 Suspended in midair,(www.Sentencedict.com) it pulsed and roiled as birds strained for position in the pack.
7 Still, the proposal has roiled the stocks of major providers of the service.
8 They say Time Warner, which has been roiled by management changes, will have a tough time digesting Turner.
9 American society is being roiled by the controversy over homosexual marriage.
10 In the past few months, instability has roiled Tibet and Tibetan - inhabited areas.
11 The blast could have roiled the seas enough to asphyxiate fish and may have even set the planet on fire.
12 The seas roiled , tossing the ships in the harbor about like toys in a rain barrel.
13 Observers say economic issues may get a more serious airing in Eastern states, which have been roiled by the shifting economy.
14 I ate my roll and drank my coffee while all sorts of anxieties roiled in my brain.
15 Otto Mattick has aculeate tongue capable of inflicting considerable mental pain if roiled.
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