Definitions for roilrɔɪl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

roilrɔɪl(v.t.)

  1. to render (a fluid) turbid by stirring up sediment.

  2. to disturb or disquiet; irritate.

  3. (v.i.)to move or proceed turbulently.

Origin of roil:

1580–90

Princeton's WordNet

  1. churn, boil, moil, roil(verb)

    be agitated

    "the sea was churning in the storm"

  2. roil, rile(verb)

    make turbid by stirring up the sediments of

Wiktionary

  1. roil(Verb)

    To render turbid by stirring up the dregs or sediment of

  2. roil(Verb)

    To bubble, seethe.

  3. roil(Verb)

    To annoy; to make someone angry.

  4. Origin: Possibly from rouiller, from rouil, from *, from robigo

Webster Dictionary

  1. Roil

    to render turbid by stirring up the dregs or sediment of; as, to roil wine, cider, etc. , in casks or bottles; to roil a spring

  2. Roil

    to disturb, as the temper; to ruffle the temper of; to rouse the passion of resentment in; to perplex

  3. Roil(verb)

    to wander; to roam

  4. Roil(verb)

    to romp

Freebase

  1. ROiL

    ROiL is a performance art troupe started in Portland, Maine now also based in Ithaca, New York and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. "ROiL" is not an acronym; it is a verb meaning "to render turbid by stirring up sediment"

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