[ US /ˈɔɪɫd/ ]
[ UK /ˈɔ‍ɪld/ ]
  1. treated with oil
    oiled country roads
    an oiled walnut table
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How To Use oiled In A Sentence

  • He called the foiled butt "Really juicy and nearly perfect. Physicist Cracks BBQ Mystery
  • Elizabeth had doted on her, spoiled her, given her everything a little girl can want.
  • We've been having a great deal of difficulty educating our fliers that when wearing their flight suits, their sleeves must be roiled down to the wrist at all times.
  • I do not of course mean, Heaven forbid! that people should try to converse seriously; that results in the worst kind of dreariness, in feeling, as Stevenson said, that one has the brain of a sheep and the eyes of a boiled codfish. From a College Window
  • At around 11 am that day a pensioner foiled another attempted scam by a man and woman in Central Avenue, Gravesend.
  • The adults' menu may feature grilled shrimp, charbroiled chicken, sautéed vegetables, and salads galore.
  • A catapult fired point-blank, and flames broke over the roiled water, but it was pointless.
  • The seas roiled , tossing the ships in the harbor about like toys in a rain barrel.
  • Aren't you a spoiled child, without the childness and the spoiling, to go and write in that plaintive, solemn way about 'help of some connexions of Jane's in Glasgow,' as if you were a desolate orphan Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle
  • Creamy onion sauce slathered over lightly boiled eggs.
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