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baluster any of a set of closely spaced posts that support a rail, as of a staircase or balcony.
balustrade a rail and the set of balusters, or posts, that support it.
banister the rail of a staircase; balustrade. [3 definitions]
belaying pin a short round metal or wooden bar that fits into the rail of a ship, and around which ropes are secured.
carload the minimum weight required by law to ship freight by rail at a reduced rate. [1/2 definitions]
carloadings the number of carloads shipped by rail to or from a place in a specified period.
crosstie a transverse timber or rod used to support a longitudinal beam or rail. [1/2 definitions]
handrail a narrow rail for support or protection, to be gripped by the hand, as on a stairway.
lineman one who inspects or repairs rail lines. [1/3 definitions]
monorail a railroad whose cars run along a single rail, or the rail itself.
mud hen any of various birds, such as the rail or coot, inhabiting marshes or wetlands.
rail1 to provide or enclose with a rail or rails. [1/4 definitions]
railroad the entire stock of trains, tracks, manpower, and equipment that constitute a rail transportation system. [1/5 definitions]
railway any line of rail tracks. [1/2 definitions]
RR1 abbreviation of "railroad," the entire stock of trains, tracks, manpower, and equipment that constitute a rail transportation system). [1/2 definitions]
subway an underground passenger train or rail system, usu. electric, operating in a large metropolitan area. [1/3 definitions]
taffrail the rail around the stern of a vessel.
third rail an added rail that carries the electric current in an electric railway or subway.
underground (chiefly British) an underground passenger train or rail system, usu. electric, operating in a large metropolitan area; subway. [1/9 definitions]
vituperate to criticize someone or something in harsh or abusive terms (often fol. by against); rail. [1/2 definitions]