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get a rise out of somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishget a rise out of somebodyget a rise out of somebodyinformalJOKE to make someone become annoyed or embarrassed by making a joke about themmake fun of somebody She enjoys getting a rise out of you. rise
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get a rise out of somebodyThat gets a rise out of him every time.After a while it began to sound like Bill was just growing accustomed to getting a rise out of people.Bill likes to get a rise out of people, to say things just for effect.
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