Antonyms for railroaded

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One had been blackmailed by an actress after an affair and railroaded her off the Earth.

At last we were marched and railroaded back to Philadelphia.

I staked everything I had on them, and then they railroaded me out of the county.

If there is no other way, I must be railroaded in in an official capacity.

Was James Rowan the aggressor when he was railroaded out of town and beaten?

We understood that you'd been railroaded out of the country.

I "railroaded" day and night, and I passed him; then turn about he passed me.

Railroaded through school and college, as he was, his tuition was necessarily defective in some important particulars.

Dad Sinclair took it all grimly and quietly; he had railroaded too long to care for anybody's chaff.

That's what he done—let his partners get railroaded through while he sails out slick and easy.