Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as rail.

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Examples

  • Wonder what his name railly is, and where he lives, or whether I killed him complate. "

    At the Foot of the Rainbow

  • I follow metrical division of 4tos.p. 49, l. 16 _rally. _ 1724 misprints 'railly'.p. 52, l.

    The Works of Aphra Behn, Volume I

  • May 19th, 2008 3: 01 pm ET you must be polling all of obama supports, because i dont buy it, i listen to people in geranal and they want their vote back from obama, so stop trying to push him on other, and that railly today they were there for the free band.

    Tracking Poll: Obama opens up biggest lead ever over Clinton

  • May 19th, 2008 3: 13 pm ET you must be polling all of obama supports, because i dont buy it, i listen to people in geranal and they want their vote back from obama, so stop trying to push him on other, and that railly today they were there for the free band.

    Tracking Poll: Obama opens up biggest lead ever over Clinton

  • He worships you: so I shall railly him before you: but I charge you, as the man by his sullenness has taken upon him to fight his own battle, either to be on my side, or be si-lent.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • How unmercifully did she railly me, within a few hours after!

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • She jests; she raillies: but I cannot railly her again.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • His sisters can railly me; “Some happy man in Northampton-shire!”

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • He will railly his Harriet; yet only, I know, in hopes to divert her, and us all: but my jesting days are over: my situation will not bear it.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • The man is Sir Charles Grandison; and they railly me not so much as be-fore, while they thought I affected reserves to them.

    Sir Charles Grandison

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