get a rise out of love

get a rise out of


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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.

    Drowned Hopes

  • 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—”



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