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  • noun Plural form of railer.

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Examples

  • + "railers", who declaimed against the religious as "hypocrites, sorcerers, and idle drones, etc."

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • 6: 10, "Nor cursers [Douay: 'railers'], nor extortioners shall possess the kingdom of God."

    Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province

  • Eaten Alive: 2-Disc Special Edition (Restored and Remastered) DVD news, stills, photos, t railers, reviews, interviews and information on Monsters and Critics - DVD: The Starlight, a decrepit hotel run by Judd (Neville Brand), receives few customers.

    Croc Update (DVD Edition)

  • Eaten Alive: 2-Disc Special Edition (Restored and Remastered) DVD news, stills, photos, t railers, reviews, interviews and information on Monsters and Critics - DVD: The Starlight, a decrepit hotel run by Judd (Neville Brand), receives few customers.

    Archive 2007-09-23

  • There is not a single individual among those wrangling railers themselves who does not obtain, whenever he can, five or six per cent. for his money by purchasing revenue bills, India bonds, assignments, and

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • As the barking of a dog, I securely contemn those malicious and scurrile obloquies, flouts, calumnies of railers and detractors; I scorn the rest.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • When foul-mouth'd senseless railers cry thee down,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • What, then, in twenty millions of people, has one been found who has vexed the least officer of the parish! one who has failed in respect to the churches! one who has publicly proffered against our ceremonies a single word which approached the virulence with which these railers have expressed themselves against the regal authority!

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Johnson, of fat bishops and drowsy deans; and, in short, seemed to believe the illiberal and profane scoffings of professed satyrists, or vulgar railers.

    Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

  • It was better to carpere diem and its sweet loves and pleasures, and to leave the railers to grumble, or the seniors to advise, at their ease.

    The Virginians

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