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Sentence count:235+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-16Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: entrailsrailtrailfrailderailtrailerrailroadsnail mailMeaning: [reɪl]  n. a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll. 
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(1) Rust has corroded the steel rails.
(2) Trains run on two rails.
(3) Our schedule went completely off the rails during the strike.
(4) They leaned over the rails and peered down into the dizzying chasm below.
(5) The train came off the rails.
(6) He rails at his hard luck.
(7) She rails against patriarchy and hierarchy.
(8) He rails against the iniquities of capitalism.
(9) The gun is mounted on rails.
(10) The train thundered along the rails.
(11) Weeds grew between the rails.
(12) He rails and cusses at those pop stars.
(13) Several cars went off the rails.
(14) He hurried across the rails in front of a train.
(15) A train left/went off the rails and crashed into the bank, killing several passengers.
(16) The rails buckled under the intense heat of the fire.
(17) The train left the rails but somehow forced its way back onto the line.
(18) Make sure that the rails are securely bolted in place.
(19) The train went off the rails and fell into the valley.
(20) Trams run along rails.
(21) The favourite was boxed in against the rails by other cars.
(22) She went completely off the rails after her sister died.
(23) Trains run on rails.
(24) He went off the rails in his first year at university.
(25) At 17 he suddenly went off the rails and started stealing.
(26) The streetcar was derailed by a stone lying across the rails of a track.
(27) If society were a train, the etiquette would be the rails along which only the train could rumble forth; if society were a state coach, the etuquette would be the wheels and axis on which only the coach could roll forward.
(28) They are keen to get the negotiating process back on the rails.
(29) The flange around the wheels on railway trains helps to keep them on the rails.
(30) The coach was credited with putting the team back on the rails.
More similar words: entrailsrailtrailfrailderailtrailerrailroadsnail mailtoilsomeailnailsailjailmailbailfailpailhaildailyemailrainraidfail toailingassailbail outretailentaildetailbailout
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