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railing

noun rail·ing \ˈrā-liŋ\

: a barrier that is made of rails supported by posts

Full Definition of RAILING

1
:  a barrier consisting of a rail and supports
2
:  rails; also :  material for making rails

Examples of RAILING

  1. He leaned on the deck's railing and watched the sun set.
  2. <they had to put a childproof railing on the balcony when the baby started walking>

First Known Use of RAILING

15th century

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