verb. ['dɪˈreɪl'] run off or leave the rails.
Rhymes with Derail
Sentences with derail
1. Verb, base form
However, unchecked use of your cell phone can derail your concentration.
2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Disagreement is permitted as long as it doesn’t derail the group.
Quotes about derail
1. practice only envisioning yourself at the finish line and be unrelenting and fervent in racing towards that finish line. Undue preoccupation and fixation with the how's, whens, and what ifs will not only derail and further distance you from your destination, but will also feed your mind with those fatal seeds of doubt that make failure inevitable"~ Awaken and Unleash your Victor
- Ogor Winnie Okoye
2. Never let negativity derail your journey as a writer. Use the energy for your own betterment.
- Guadalupe Neri
3. When you are motivated by the kindness and wellbeing of humanity, then nothing can scare or derail you.
- Debasish Mridha
verb. ['dɪˈreɪl'] cause to run off the tracks.