a wagon used to transport water, as in military field operations or on a construction site.
Idioms about water wagon
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How to use water wagon in a sentence
William and Kate were on the water wagon again at a recent dinner to raise money for their old university St Andrews.
The Zodiacal sharp who runs things during January is Aquarius, which being translated means "water-wagon."The Foolish Almanak | Anonymous
Your letter was not brought up by the water-wagon this evening, but by an orderly—the mud prevented wheel-traffic.Carry On | Coningsby Dawson
What's this I hear, son, about you falling off the water-wagon and filling the hospital?The Sheriff's Son | William MacLeod Raine
And, you know, the consequence of that masterly silence is that I've gone on the water-wagon—yes, sir—for a year.A Good Samaritan | Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
"Fell off that water-wagon kind o' sudden, didn't you, Bud," but without even a curious glance emptied his glass.Wide Courses | James Brendan Connolly