railroad

Part of speech: verb

To rush.

Part of speech: noun

A graded road, having parallel metal rails, for the passage of cars. railway.

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Usage examples "railroad":

  1. The railroad calls it three hundred and sixty- seven miles." - "The Young Alaskans on the Missouri", Emerson Hough.
  2. The man further mentioned that a number of railroad hands had been engaged in putting up the building until lately, when they had been sent on somewhere else, and Prescott inquired if there had been a man among them who answered to his friend's description. - "Prescott of Saskatchewan", Harold Bindloss.
  3. Not in the railroad. - "The Iron Trail", Rex Beach.