|splitter of rails from logs||rail-splitter|
|act of leaving rails or tracks; act of causing to derail; act of sabotage||derailing|
|act of running off the rails||derailment|
|added proportion of plaster of Paris, calculate, criterion, distance between rails, distance between wheels, ensure conformity to standard, evaluate, fineness of a knit, gage, measure; evaluate, determine; estimate, measurement, measuring device, relat...||gauge|
|airstrip, strip of pavement on which airplanes take off and land, chute for logs, extension of stage into audience, platform used in fashion shows, strip for aircraft landings and takeoffs, track||runway|
|andiron, framework that holds logs in a fireplace||firedog|
|automobile; railroad car; elevator, chariot, passenger-carrying road vehicle, traveling compartment for people or things, vehicle on rails||car|
|balancing game, exchange of political support, mutual assistance, practice of working together in order to attain a particular goal (in politics, etc.); rolling of logs from one place to another, mutual support||logrolling|
|build with wood; support with wood, growing trees, large wooden building support, lumber, made of timbers, part of the framework of a ship, provide something with timbers, somebody as suitable material for position, trees; logs; wood; qualities, charac...||timber|
|burden somebody with task, logs sawed for use, move clumsily, move heavily or awkwardly; make a rumbling sound; accumulate, collect, clutter with useless objects; chop down trees and saw them into rough planks and boards, pile things together, timber, ...||lumber|
|cant dog, pole for moving logs||cant hook|
|cause to run off the rails (as in a train); sabotage, throw off course, come off rails, send or go off course||derail|
|channel to move logs, drainage channel, floodgate, flush something with water, manmade water channel equipped with a valve or gate for regulating water flow; valve or gate used to regulate water flow; water flow controlled by a sluice; trough, water ch...||sluice|
|convict somebody too quickly, force somebody to act hastily, force something through quickly without discussion, path for a train made of parallel metal tracks, rail system, railway, road, ship something by rail, track made of rails, transport via loco...||railroad|
|deadlock, floating wooden logs that have jammed together into an immovable mass; blockage, obstruction, river blockage||logjam|
|distribution point for railroad, end of railroad line, farthest point to which rails have been laid during construction of a railroad||railhead|
|dog, firedog, metal holder for fireplace logs, one of two metal stands that hold logs in a fireplace||andiron|
|double-hulled craft, log raft, raft of two or more logs tied together; boat with twin hulls placed one beside the other; argumentative woman (Informal)||catamaran|
|form a rick, form into heaps, stack, pile; twist, sprain, strain a joint or muscle by twisting (also wrick), heap of hay or grain; stack of short wood logs, stack of hay or straw||rick|
|hook mounted at the end of a pole (used especially to maneuver logs, rafts, and boats)||boathook|
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