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Synonyms for roiled

having sediment or foreign particles stirred up or suspended

Synonyms for roiled

(of a liquid) agitated vigorously

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Clearly bronze, cold roiled steel, and hot roiled steel windows are not relegated to fenestration history.
A week that was roiled by Tuesday's on-field drama, darkened by Guillen's hit-and-run assertion that Scioscia was a ``piece of garbage'' and complicated by Friday's suspensions seemed destined to end quietly.
Throughout the region, smoke roiled from drought-ridden hills as ash rained down upon the San Fernando, Simi and Conejo valleys.
Thick clouds of smoke roiled through Angeleno Heights before the blaze was contained.
After Castaic residents roiled against the William S.
The chamber, which is primarily made up of small businesses, has been roiled during the past year by the departure of several staff members and the decision to turn administration of the film bureau over to city officials.
It has roiled the commercial and sport-fishing, conservation and environmental communities for three years.
which owes billions of dollars to creditors, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last April, as the state was roiled by blackouts and soaring wholesale electricity prices.
Canter also roiled the UTLA when she commented that the vote was the right thing to do because students don't have a lobby.
In a speech spiked with economic statistics, she pictured the United States as a supertanker cutting slowly yet serenely through roiled international waters.
has roiled some shareholders, who allege that it unfairly enriches company executives at the expense of shareholder value.
From Hong Kong to New York, global stock markets Friday were roiled by investors skittish about economic woes in countries as varied as Russia and Venezuela.
Troubles in Asia led to renewed fears of weaker corporate earnings and roiled the U.