Wind, rain, roily, shoaly seas breaking clear over the ship across decks drove Cook out from land to deeper water.
The grass very tender and succulent, the streams full and roily.
The water was not roily, but of a rich coffee-color, from the leachings of the woods.
No; I need a buckler till all this roily water subsides and clears.
When they endeavored to lend a hand to the helpless seaman he had sunk beneath the surface of the roily stream.
His own thoughts were as that roily pool where he had ducked the old man in the darkness.
He spurred his plucky little horse into the roily, turbulent flood, closely followed by the others as he had instructed.
The water was choppy and roily, the canoe bobbed a good deal, the anchors dragged, and we did not see any fish.
roily is built on a hill, or, rather, on a mound which overlooks a great stretch of prairie.
The long stone slides were glistening wet, and the brooks ran full-banked, noisy and turbulent and roily.