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Synonyms for rail

Synonyms for rail

a barrier consisting of a horizontal bar and supports

a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll

a horizontal bar (usually of wood or metal)

any of numerous widely distributed small wading birds of the family Rallidae having short wings and very long toes for running on soft mud

complain bitterly

enclose with rails

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provide with rails

separate with a railing

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convey (goods etc.) by rails

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travel by rail or train

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lay with rails

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fish with a handline over the rails of a boat

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spread negative information about

criticize severely

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References in classic literature ?
The tipstaffs beat upon the rail, the lawyer he had interrupted uttered an indignant exclamation, Andrews came hurriedly toward him, and the young judge slowly turned his head.
The three rushed me with the evident purpose of forcing me back the few steps that would carry my body over the rail into the void below.
A sufficient stay will be made here to give opportunity of visiting Ephesus, fifty miles distant by rail.
The former leaned across the rail, wishing for the hour that would bring him relief.
But why does Peter sit so long on the rail, why does he not tell his mother that he has come back?
He sprang to the rail with more quickness than was to be expected of an awkward puppy of six months, and not the quick attempt of Van Horn to cheek him would have succeeded.
Michael, aware of the excitement overside but unable to see because of the rail, leaped on top of the cabin and at sight of the monster barked defiantly.
A nigger had come out of the cabin companion on the run for the rail and gone down in the middle of it.
At the other end was placed a small stand, with a low rail around the edge of it, for Billina and her chicks.
The boys came up on the promenade deck, clustering close to the rail and worshiping Miss Caruthers who had flung them such a wealth of backsheesh.
Let those of high life, therefore, no longer despise the ignorance of their inferiors; nor the vulgar any longer rail at the vices of their betters.
Once, in a gust, the rail dipped under the sea, and the decks on that side were for the moment awash with water that made a couple of the hunters hastily lift their feet.
He held on to the rail with one hand and turned towards her.
I never was in a better box than that, and the sides were not so high but that I could see all that went on through the iron rails that were at the top.
The sun burned down upon the glassy sea and the white deck till the varnish on the rails cracked and blistered, and the sweat streamed like water from the faces of the labouring seamen.