Railing – meaning of the word and examples

A vertical post, usually metal or wooden, that is used together with other such posts to form a fence. (Cambridge Dictionary)

The row of posts at the side of stairs and the wooden or metal bar on top of them. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A barrier consisting of a rail and supports. (Merriam – Webster)

A fence or barrier made of rails. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A fence made from metal bars is called a railing or railings. (Collins Dictionary)


Railings. Fence city.


Railings – Northern Ireland.



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