[reyl-burd] /ˈreɪlˌbɜrd/

noun, Informal.
a horse-racing fan who watches races or workouts from the railing along the track.
any kibitzer or self-styled critic or expert.


An ardent horse-racing devotee: another three-year old that set the railbirds agog (1890+)


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