Definition of roiled :
1. aroused to impatience or anger; " made an irritated gesture"; " feeling nettled from the constant teasing"; " peeved about being left out"; " felt really pissed at her snootiness"; " riled no end by his lies"; " roiled by the delay"
2. of Roil
soused, sloshed, murky, roiling, harassed, smashed, peeved, squiffy, riotous, soaked, blotto, muddy, tumultuous, tempestuous, heavy, dirty, turbulent, nettled, vexed, besotted, pissed off, plastered, calm, rugged, churned-up, roily, cockeyed, annoyed, stormy, cloudy, pixilated, stung, steamed, slopped, stiff, raging, pestered, miffed, churning, rough, ugly, blind drunk, crocked, turbid, tight, loaded, violent, irritated, displeased, harried, pie-eyed, clear, riled, fuddled, pissed, wild, wet, sozzled, disruptive
deranged (part of speech: verb)
disorganized, whisked, confounded, mixed up muddled, confused, ruffled, jumbled, messed, scattered, mislaid, tumbled, convulsed, rumpled, upset, whipped, discomposed, tousled, capsized, rummaged, botched, displaced, disturbed, troubled, tampered, rippled, hashed, misplaced, mussed, perturbed, cluttered, agitated, swirled, disarranged, fermented, deranged, blurred, roughened, disheveled, scrambled, tossed, dislocated, meddled, disordered, churned
- It roiled through the third courtyard, and the second and the first. - "The King of Ireland's Son", Padraic Colum.
- The dry wash marking the end of the great buffalo trail was dry no longer, but poured out a roiled, yellow- brown stream into the dirty waters of the Cimarron. - "Bring Me His Ears", Clarence E. Mulford.
- Three other cabins were afterward built in the square and in the midst of these a well was dug; but its waters were always roiled from improper curbing. - "The Niagara River", Archer Butler Hulbert.