Definitions for railingˈreɪ lɪŋ
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a barrier consisting of a horizontal bar and supports
material for making rails or rails collectively
A barrier made of a rail or of rails, together with vertical supports. The typical railing in the interior of structures or on porches has a horizontal rail near waist height, and multiple vertical supports. Its function is usually to provide a safety barrier at the edge of a verticle drop to prevent falls.
A fence or barrier consisting of one or more horizontal rails and vertical supports.
During the war, everyone's railings were taken away to make bombers.
expressing reproach; insulting
a barrier made of a rail or of rails
rails in general; also, material for making rails
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The differentials have come in quite a bit so they just have not been covering the railing costs.
Rail into Montreal is marginal and rail to the Gulf Coast is not economic at this time so we are currently not railing to the Gulf Coast.
Uniform minimum railing heights and balcony heights, structural barriers along with many other safety measures prevent passengers who are acting responsibly from falling off a cruise ship.
She very very successfully branded herself as the jobs governor, but she kept her conservative credentials by railing against Obamacare and toeing the line on things that conservatives care about. She has been able to keep a foot in both worlds for a while. And now she is breaking away from being simply a Southern to becoming a national Republican.
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