He shrugged disgustedly, ordered the wicker basket from the meat wagon and had the old woman carried out.
Followed that duffer into this trap like a pup trailing a meat wagon.
Back to the east, near the eastern Ohio state line, Martin could hear Car 207 calling for a wrecker and meat wagon.
The man had been pulled off of a meat wagon and riddled with bullets.
The hook and ladder company followed and a meat wagon, or rather a meat-wagon horse, galloped after.
We thought that we might have to order the meat wagon out, said Goldie.
(also meshigga or meshugah or meshiggah or mishugah or mishoogeh) Crazy; nutty: Mishoogeh or mishugah, spelled either way, means crazy
[1892+; fr Yiddish fr Hebrew; the variant pronunciations reflect major dialects of Yiddish]