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rail 1 (rāl)n.1. a. A bar extending horizontally between supports, as in a fence.b. A structure made of such bars and supports and forming a barrier or guard; a railing.2. A steel bar used, usually in pairs, as a track for railroad cars or other wheeled vehicles.3. Sports A grind rail.4. The railroad as a means of transportation: goods transported by rail.5. A horizontal framing member in a door or in paneling.tr.v. railed, rail·ing, rails To supply or enclose with rails or a rail.[Middle English raile, from Old French reille, from Latin rēgula, straight piece of wood, ruler; see reg- in Indo-European roots.]rail 2 (rāl)n. Any of various marsh birds of the family Rallidae, found worldwide and characteristically having brownish plumage and short wings.[Middle English rale, from Old French rasle, probably named for their harsh cries and from Old French *rasler, to make a harsh noise (attested in Middle French rasler, to haggle, bellow like a stag), akin to Old French rasclar, to harrow, rake, from Old Provençal rasclar; see raclette.]rail 3 (rāl)intr.v. railed, rail·ing, rails To express objections or criticisms in bitter, harsh, or abusive language. See Synonyms at scold.[Middle English railen, from Old French railler, to tease, joke, from Old Provençal ralhar, to ch