Did you perchance mean ruled?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rile.
- adj. aroused to impatience or anger
“It was testament to the emotions Irvin riled up — for pushing off, for making his exaggerated first-down gesture and just plain being Michael Irvin.”
“I had been out plum hunting with the children, and was up in my room, changing my dress when he came, and I couldn't help feeling "riled" - there is no other word that expresses it - when I peeped through the blinds and saw him breaking open and prying into these poor little relics of the Confederacy.”
“Last summer, Tina Brown's title riled up the right with its controversial cover photo of Michele Bachmann.”
“He moved into the very last house on the very last street in a little hidden, east-edge L.A. community called Hermon -- you know where the dog parke name riled people up recently.”
“Jack “Drop the Jew” Glickman would have suited him better, but his opponents knew the J-word riled him into lowering his guard.”
“Last summer, Tina Brown's title riled up the right with its controversial cover photo of Michele Bach...”
“For the most part, she was enthusiastically received, especially by the kindly John Herschel, though she was "riled" by Whewell's chauvinist teasing while dining at Trinity College high table.”
“The Washington Post ran an item about how the "riled" former secretary of state was "caught on tape" giving a "finger-wagging" torture defense to students.”
“The cells of the pulp get all "riled" up and the pulp begins to resorb the tooth structure from the inside out.”
“I am still all fluttery inside and feeling kind of riled up.”
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