A polelike structure
bar, post, railing, barrier, picket, rail fence, siding, balustrade, banister, paling, rest, handrail, guardrail, grab bar, brass rail; see also bar 1, fence 1.
A track; often plural
railway, monorail, railroad track; see railroad, track 1.
go crazy, run amok, become insane; see rage 3.
drive away, exile, run out of town; see banish 1.
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