Definitions for rails

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word rails

Princeton's WordNet

  1. track, rail, rails, runway(noun)

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

Freebase

  1. rails

    filler description

Editors Contribution

  1. rails

    Plural form of rail.

    The train moves along the rails at a specific speed.

Anagrams for rails »

  1. liars

  2. lairs

  3. arils

  4. rials

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Gavin Parry:

    Rails and real estate are classic defensive stocks suitable for a market situation like we have now.

  2. Francis M. Faber Jr.:

    A steam locomotive engineer is referred as a 'hogger'; Does this reference have to do with his 'lapping-up' many miles over the silver rails?

  3. Lloyd Blankfein:

    ( The) U.S. economy is not going off the rails, i'm generally sanguine. We muddle through. I think some of this is an overreaction to the overreaction of assets being so swollen.

  4. Ted Murphy:

    That was my No. 1 lesson in all of this: When I stopped taking care of myself, I felt like I was going off the rails, it’s a lesson I still follow today. Taking care of myself first lets me face anything.

  5. Charles Raison:

    If your kid is going off the rails, and that means they are acting extremely bizarrely, they are totally different than they were before, they're not functioning, it's an emergency, and the best thing you can do is push, push, push to get your kid the best care you can find and as quickly as possible.

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