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Adjective: roiled  roy(-u)ld
  1. Aroused to impatience or anger
    "roiled by the delay";
    - annoyed, irritated, miffed [informal], nettled, peeved, pissed [informal], riled, steamed [informal], stung, hacked off [Brit, informal], exasperated, cheesed off [Brit, informal], browned off [Brit, informal], brassed off [Brit, informal]
  2. (of a liquid) agitated vigorously; in a state of turbulence
    "the river's roiled current";
    - churning, roiling, roily [N. Amer], turbulent
Verb: roil  roy(-u)l
  1. Be agitated
    "the sea was roiling in the storm";
    - churn, boil, moil [N. Amer]
  2. Make turbid by stirring up the sediments of
    - rile [N. Amer]
  3. [N. Amer] Cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations
    - annoy, rag, get to, bother, get at [informal], irritate, rile, nark [Brit, slang], nettle, gravel [US], vex, chafe, devil, tick off [informal]

See also: agitated, displeased

Type of: agitate, commove, displease, disturb, move, raise up, shake up, stir up, vex