Definition: to bitterly complain or scold
Part of Speech: Verb
Synonym(s): berate, attack
Antonym(s): praise, defend
1. My mother is sure to rail and punish me if I arrive home late.
2. It’s not enough to rail against the tax increase proposal; you must also vote against it.
3. The criminal court judge is known to rail loudly at frequent visitors to his court.