Definition of railbird in English:

railbird

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Pronunciation: /reɪlˈbəːd
 
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noun

North American informal
A spectator at a horse race, especially one who watches from the railings along the track.
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  • People who might not have come to the track are attracted by slot bonanzas, and die-hard rail birds are spending more money.

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