Definition of Rerailed

1. rerail [v] - See also: rerail



Lexicographical Neighbors of Rerailed

requoting
requoyle
requoyled
requoyles
rerack
reracked
reracking
reracks
reradiate
reradiated
reradiates
reradiating
reradiation
reradiations
rerail
rerailed (current term)
rerailer
rerailers
rerailing
rerails
reraise
reraised
reraises
reraising
reran
rerandomization
rerandomizations
rerandomize
rerandomized
rerandomizes

Literary usage of Rerailed

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

1. Proceedings and Committee Reports by American Association of Railroad Superintendents (1897)
"Wheels were rerailed and trip of 100 miles completed at schedule speed without mishap. On first tie before derailment occurred was found the imprint of a ..."

2. A Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art: Comprising the Definitions and by George William Cox (1867)
"The same system of voting | rerailed also at Carthage, and to this is attri- ! uted by Bay (Travel» through Germany and iia/y) the cause of the grandeur and ..."

3. Modern Tunneling by David William Brunton, John Allen Davis, John Vipond Davies (1922)
"The one- half yard cars were not switched when empty at the heading, but overturned and rerailed when needed. The center heading of the main tunnel was 11 ..."

4. Modern Tunneling by David William Brunton, John Allen Davis, John Vipond Davies (1922)
"The one- half yard cars were not switched when empty at the heading, but overturned and rerailed when needed. The center heading of the main tunnel was 1 1 ..."

5. Railway Track and Track Work by Edward Ernest Russell Tratman (1908)
"... about 50 ft. to 100 ft. from the bridge, so that cars too far out of line to be rerailed will be wrecked on the approach instead of on the structure, ..."

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