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I read a book he wrote in 1913 where he railed against how America squandered all of its wildlife.

In the interview, Hillary railed against a “vast right-wing conspiracy” out to ruin Bill.

She railed against the omnibus budget deal that just passed Congress.

Online, he railed against his dismissal, posting on Tumblr a bitter takedown of the network and studio.

Many argued that the NSA spying is a necessary evil, while others railed against the government intrusion.

He was so bitter that he even followed Brother Evans from place to place and railed against him almost like a madman.

The officers stepped lightly ashore, and railed against the low-lying branches, which whipped their faces.

Silently, he railed against the sugar planters and their kept politicos for leaving the island prey to malaria.

Meredith railed against the 'veiled virginal doll' as heroine.

Posing fops have railed against the hardships which beset noble ambition.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rail against, such as: abuse, admonish, assail, berate, blame, and castigate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.