Definitions

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  • adjective nonstandard Having railings.

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Examples

  • At the edge of the meadow they came to railinged cliffside, wild flowers dancing in the updraft from the canyon that was Desiderata.

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth

  • A railinged walkway surrounded this hall on the second floor to reach the many rooms upstairs, leaving the whole area below visible from above, with a mammoth chandelier hanging from the center of the domed ceiling, at the moment glittering down on the white marble floor.

    Tender Rebel

  • At the edge of the meadow they came to railinged cliffside, wild flowers dancing in the updraft from the canyon that was Desiderata.

    Neuromancer

  • Then out into it, the grieving rain, across the lawn all browned and scorched by heat, to the little white-railinged cemetery.

    The Thorn Birds

  • What a prim, bustling, active, green-railinged, tea-gardened, gravel-walked place would it have been in the five-hundredth town in England!

    Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Volume 2 Great Britain and Ireland, Part 2

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