put rails round; shut separate by means of rails
complain bitterly; reproach; abuse
"he traveled by rail"
"he was concerned with rail safety"
"rail in the old graves"
"The yard was railed"
"rail off the crowds from the Presidential palace"
"fresh fruit are railed from Italy to Belgium"
"They railed from Rome to Venice"
"She trained to Hamburg"
"hundreds of miles were railed out here"
"They are railing for fresh fish"
"The Nazi propaganda vilified the Jews"
"He fulminated against the Republicans' plan to cut Medicare"
"She railed against the bad social policies"
A gull alighted on the rail of the boat.
出自： L. Grant
The child..rattled the cot rails.
出自： T. Parks
Mother and son went into the small railed garden.
出自： D. H. Lawrence
She railed at me like a woman possessed.
出自： P. D. James
It's no good railing against fate, better learn to live with what you have.
He rails at his hard luck.
A man of character does not rail at his fate.
He used to rail at the volume of paper-work he had to do.
He had been railed against by them as a prig and a poseur.
The farmer railed in his orchard.
The children's playground has been railed in so that the children do not wander on to the main road.
They have railed the meadows off from the new railway cutting.
So many people had fallen into the pond that it had to be railed off.
This part of the field has been railed off to keep the cattle out.