Textual thesaurus for "rail"

(noun) railing

a barrier consisting of a horizontal bar and supports

(noun) runway, track, rails

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

(verb) fulminate

criticize severely

He fulminated against the Republicans' plan to cut Medicare; She railed against the bad social policies

(verb) vilify, vituperate, revile

spread negative information about

The Nazi propaganda vilified the Jews

(verb) inveigh

complain bitterly

(verb) train

travel by rail or train

They railed from Rome to Venice; She trained to Hamburg

(verb) rail off

separate with a railing

rail off the crowds from the Presidential palace

(verb) rail in

enclose with rails

rail in the old graves