rail against


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rail against

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verb
To attack with harsh, often insulting language:
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I have heard you rail against London, Miss Schlegel, and it seems a funny thing to say but I was very angry with you.
They can't keep up steam," he added, rapidly, and made a grab at the rail against the coming lurch.
If Mr Dix is to rail against Cameron, may I suggest he rails against the failure to control immigration into the UK - 600,000 last year alone.
On top of the that the lucky fans will be guest bloggers for the rail firm during the tournament and get to priase Trap's boys or rail against the injustice of losing.
Rick Perry likes to rail against the Obama administration's "failed" federal stimulus program, but he and state lawmakers have more than $17 billion in fed-stim dollars to thank for the last two balanced Texas budgets.
Choice NEW TRICKS BBC1, 9pm Old school coppers Gerry, Jack and Brian may occasionally rail against politically correct modern policing, but if things were so marvellous in the old days, how come there are still so many unsolved cases for UCOS to clear up?
Put the secondary rail against the bracket and install the three screws in the three pilot holes.
Cram as much pleasure into life, and rail against the pain you have to suffer as a result.
Where were those people who now rail against the president for his alleged deceit in leading us into war against Iraq and call for his impeachment when Clinton waged his illegal war against Yugoslavia?
If we're to take the wind out of the sails of the black ministers who rail against sodomites, we have to immerse ourselves in the battle against racism.
Is Europe to become dominated by the likes of Theo van Gogh--the Fortuyn-friendly filmmaker and columnist who used to rail against Jews before he discovered a more fashionable enemy in Muslim "goat-fuckers"--and his Islamist murderer, who frenetically stabbed van Gogh to death in broad daylight?
Boston Globe columnist Brian McGrory used his 24 May real estate column to rant and rail against "the podium-pounding, fire-breathing rhetoric from a group of minority activists.