Definition of Railways

1. Noun. (plural of railway) ¹



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Definition of Railways

1. railway [n] - See also: railway

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Railways

railway station
railway stations
railway system
railway tie
railway time
railway track
railway train
railway vehicle
railway vehicles
railway yard
railwayana
railwayless
railwaylike
railwayman
railwaymen
railways (current term)
railworks
railyard
railyards
raim
raiment
raimentless
raiments
rain
rain-soaked
rain-wash
rain barrel
rain buckets
rain cats and dogs
rain check

Literary usage of Railways

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Public Affairs Information Service Bulletin by Public Affairs Information Service (1920)
"railways and harbours bd. South African railways and harbours: report on »he ... Railway working: statement showing the results of working the railways ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"Before the war the state railways of Prussia usually earned from 5 to 8 per ... In the years 1910 to 1917 inclusive the state railways of Japan earned from ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"Before the war the state railways of Prussia usually earned from 5 to 8 per ... In the years 1910 to 1917 inclusive the state railways of Japan earned from ..."

4. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1916)
"Lit Digest 63:1008 О 14 National railways after the war. ... Underwood. il Sunset 37:23 N '16 Australia Tying together Australia's railways. ..."

5. Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin by University of Wisconsin (1910)
"Section eighty concerns railways, steamboats and ferries. It enacted that, after August 1, 1862, the owners or managers of any steam 1 This chapter on ..."

6. The History of Political Parties in the Province of New York, 1760-1776 by Carl Lotus Becker (1908)
"CHAPTER XIII THE MAIL SERVICE AND AID TO railways The history of the mail service has been fairly well written,1 and the mail service, as such, ..."

7. Workers of the Nation: An Encyclopedia of the Occupations of the American by Gilson Willets (1903)
"So rapid has been the development and extension of electric railways that they are ... Coming into vogue only about fifteen years ago, as street railways, ..."

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