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    rile - Dictionary definition and meaning for word rile

    (verb) cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations
    Synonyms : annoy , bother , chafe , devil , get at , get to , gravel , irritate , nark , nettle , rag , vex
    Example Sentence
    • Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me
    • It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves
    (verb) make turbid by stirring up the sediments of
    Synonyms : roil
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for rile

rile(rail)...we all travel by railways imagine you are on a trip to kodaikanal in a train and you find your co passenger who is all the time ANNOYING you.....

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If someone RAILs u (criticize severely) u r gonna be RILED(irrtated & annoyed)

rail-scold bitterly.<br> rile-irritate<br> Now imagine ure the station master and the train is late, you will be railed by the customers. All the railing will eventually Rile you. (Rail comes before Rile, scolded 1st irrtatd latr

rile: at raat(hindi) that is night mosquitoes buzzing in my ear riles me.

Trains(Rail) are always late.Hence u get vexed standing on the platform.

Rile=some people "fail" and they commit suicude under "rail".cos of irritation.

in rail its too disturbing in the night to sleep as the coach willl be always reverberating

sounds like rifle, which is very loud and annoying.

vile looking stuffs RIL-E (read as "really") irk me

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