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Princeton's WordNet

  1. track, rail, rails, runwaynoun

    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

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. rails

    Narrow pieces of wood, with mouldings as ornaments, mortised into the heads of stanchions, or nailed for ornament on several parts of a ship's upper works.

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

  1. rails

    See Ordnance, Carriages for, Sea-coast Carriages.

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Anagrams for rails »

  1. liars

  2. lairs

  3. arils

  4. rials

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of rails in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of rails in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of rails in a Sentence

  1. Spun Gold:

    I think everyone wants it to work because Prince Harry is adored around the world, he’s the little boy who lost his mother at 12. He was a slightly off the rails teenager who became a war hero fighting on the frontlines… We want the fairy tale, which has had some tragic lows across the last 30-40 years. The overriding message of the documentary is 'fingers crossed.' Meghan Markle with Prince Harry after their engagement announcement. (Reuters) But those in the documentary warned that this world is not without its pitfalls, Bullen said. You marry into a world that’s diamonds and furs and castles and servants and literally knights in shining armor. But it all comes with a price. Are you ready to pay that price?

  2. 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.

  3. Robyn Gershon:

    I notice a lot of people holding on the rails using their arms that are covered instead of their hands — like in the crook of the arm.

  4. Bret Baier:

    We will let the contrasts and the conversations between candidates go, but there will be some balance. That's what it's always about, not letting it get off the rails.

  5. Oscar Lopez:

    Criminal Court Judges are only allowed to make decisions at arraignment, regarding a defendant’s bail and confinement, on the case immediately before them. The legislature provides the guide rails which the judiciary follows. when he came out of jail, he told us that we didn’t help him. I said, ‘Listen up. I did everything to help you,’.

Images & Illustrations of rails

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