Definition of roil in English:
1.1 [no object] (Of a liquid) move in a turbulent, swirling manner: the sea roiled below her
More example sentences
- The water roils around the combatants, and the sky is filled with clouds and tiny lines that intensify the sense of cataclysm.
- The core mantle boundary is a complex and dynamic area that churns and chugs as the liquid iron core roils at the bottom of the rock-like mantle.
- The North Sea roils just off the former hippie village of Monster, 40 miles southwest of Amsterdam.
Words that rhyme with roilboil, Boyle, broil, coil, Dáil, Doyle, embroil, Fianna Fáil, foil, Hoyle, moil, noil, oil, Royle, soil, spoil, toil, voile
Definition of roil in:
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