Synonym: dragoon, railroad line, railroad track, railway, railway line, railway system, sandbag. Similar words: road, broad, on the road, broadcast, take the road, rail, trail, trailer. Meaning: ['reɪlrəʊd] n. 1. line that is the commercial organization responsible for operating a system of transportation for trains that pull passengers or freight 2. a line of track providing a runway for wheels. v. 1. compel by coercion, threats, or crude means 2. supply with railroad lines 3. transport by railroad.
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1 Bridges over railroad tracks root danger out in crossing.
2 The supplies were sent on the railroad.
3 A new railroad is under construction.
4 They will railroad these goods to Shanghai.
5 The railroad slopes up slightly at this point.
6 The railroad connects two cities, namely, New York and Chicago.
7 The railroad has been piggybacking for quite a number of years.
8 The engineers carried the railroad across the desert.
9 They ran a railroad into the forest region.
10 The railroad yard was a desert now.
11 The railroad was blocked by a landslide.
12 The railroad workers have asked for a wage increase.
13 My brother is working on the railroad.
14 We railed off our paddyfield from the railroad.
15 Troops have seized the airport and railroad terminals.
16 The trail follows a disused railroad line along the edge of the valley.
17 The railroad runs extra trains to Beidaihe Beach during summer vacations.
18 Citizens lit torches along the railroad track to pay their last respects to Lincoln.
19 Hundreds of railroad cars were burned by strikers.
20 Railroad tracks lead away from all the strip mines.
21 The railroad took its sweet time arriving.
22 I knew that they was going to railroad me.
23 The railroad tracks paralleled the stream for several miles.
24 A mangled bicycle lay by the railroad tracks.
25 Railroad traffic is a mortal danger.
26 First,(www.Sentencedict.com) he quit a post on the Texas Railroad Commission to accept an appointment from then-Gov.
27 We moved to Willing Street then, by the railroad tracks.
28 Most western towns were created by the railroad land grant companies.
29 The railroad provided transportation to the eastern markets and it cut the great remaining herd in two.
30 During the four decades following the Civil War, 183 million acres went out of the public domain into railroad ownership.