Definition of railroader in English:

railroader

Syllabification: rail·road·er

noun

A person who works for a railroad.
More example sentences
  • The movie tells the story of Bart, a black slave tossed into the role of sheriff in the small town of Rock Ridge by railroaders who want the land for their own purposes.
  • The auxiliaries, along with the railroad brotherhoods, provided railroaders with the opportunity to consort with the temperance-minded, learn to live and work without liquor, and behave like respectable men.
  • For the majority of railroaders, the ‘road,’ trips are assigned on a rotating basis, with the order of each person's call to work determined by the time he or she went off duty at the last assignment's end.

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