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- v. To obtain a reaction from someone, especially one of annoyance.
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So while they made increasingly crude remarks, in their desperate pseudo-friendly determination to get a rise out of him, Bob went glumly to his work station and settled back into the routine of things.
It was the Joe Game and they played it all the time to get a rise out of Citrone.
“T’only time I kin get a rise out of ya is when ya defend her—”