So what does she think about the Occupy Wall Street protests that are roiling the country?
The News of the World scandal is roiling London's political and media elite.
An aerial image shows what appears to be a spa, roiling water apparently carrying no nasty connotations.
Daraa has been roiling all week, and the killing of several dozen demonstrators has failed to quell them.
Hopefully fasting is granting him clarity on some roiling issues that are surely not giving the rest of us any peace.
The beat of their horses' hoofs came over the prairie like roiling thunder.
He was looking up at her, as if struck dumb, roiling his eye wildly.
There was a crackle of blue flame, a shriek that split the night, and the thing disintegrated in roiling clouds of bitter smoke.
He plunged about frantically and churned up the water, roiling the stream.
The napalm caught, tongues of flame and roiling, greasy smoke climbed up to the sky.
1580s, of uncertain origin, probably from Middle French rouiller "to rust, make muddy," from Old French roil "mud, muck, rust" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *robicula, from Latin robigo "rust" (see robust). An earlier borrowing of the French verb is Middle English roil "to roam or rove about" (early 14c.). Related: Roiled; roiling.