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 occupants got out of the SUV and jumped over railing, falling about 30 feet, Tregre said.
New traffic railings will be installed on the sidewalk near the curb for pedestrian safety.
The new concrete railing will be designed to match the seawall north and south of the bridge, and the bridge will be repaved at the end of the project.
Chavoor told the lead man to tie the rope to the railing on the third landing.
Cleveland Indians shortstop Erik Gonzalez sent a fourth-inning pitch from Rangers right-hander Keone Kela toward the Rangers' dugout, where Johnson was standing on a bench and leaning over the railing.
The pickup rode the railing for about 100 feet and was going backwards when a section of aluminum bridge railing pierced the cab's rear window and hit Blackmond, who died at the scene, a bridge official said.
Signs along the railing point out sights such as the big facilities for petroleum and cement, the military presence (U.S. Naval Ship Waters is stationed there) and the Atlantic Ocean to the far right.
There, while shouting profanities and yelling for 40 minutes at police and nursing staff, Goodlad thrashed about so violently that police thought the bed railings to which his arms were secured were going to break, the complaint said.
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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
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