• A permanent road consisting of fixed metal rails to drive trains or similar motorized vehicles on.
  • The transportation system comprising such roads and vehicles fitted to travel on the rails, usually with several vehicles connected together in a train.
  • A single, privately or publicly owned property comprising one or more such roads and usually associated assets
  • A procedure conducted in haste without due consideration.


  • To transport via railroad.
  • To operate a railroad.
  • To work for a railroad.
  • To travel by railroad.
  • To engage in a hobby pertaining to railroads.
  • To manipulate and hasten a procedure, as of formal approval of a law or resolution.
  • To convict of a crime by circumventing due process.
  • To procedurally bully someone into an unfair agreement.
  • To force characters to complete a task before allowing the plot to continue.
  • To run fabric horizontally instead of the usual vertically.


Similar words


  • From rail + road.

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