Examples of railing in a Sentence
He leaned on the deck's railing and watched the sun set.
they had to put a childproof railing on the balcony when the baby started walking
Recent Examples of railing from the Web
The woman was lifted back over the railing and laid on a mat, according to Nesbitt.
Tumpane, 34, noticed a woman hopping over the railing of the Roberto Clemente Bridge.
Two other people were hurt after touching metal railings near the pool, the reports said.
Kahlo, who died in 1954 at age 47, endured polio as a child and nearly died in a bus accident that caused a railing to impale her body.
Skateboarders and rollerbladers have found a haven here, with 7,500 feet of space dotted by banks, bowls, stairs, quarter pipes and railings.
But upon further inspection, Giants third-base coach Phil Nevin told Moustakas that the ball had bounced off a railing.
During the move-out this week, developers walked through to check on progress, men in starched shirts and khaki pants who tucked their arms in, careful to avoid touching the open, metal doors and the filthy railings on stairwells.
In the last 10 minutes of the scrimmage, his boys stood at the railing, blocking the Woods’ view.
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First Known Use of railing
RAILING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of railing for English Language Learners
: a barrier that is made of rails supported by posts
RAILING Defined for Kids
Definition of railing for Students
1 : a barrier (as a fence) made up of vertical bars and their supports
2 : material for making rails
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