She was out on the prairie at night, miles away from any house, driving a water-wagon for the men to put out a prairie fire.
How can he remain a social animal, with the fellowship of his kind, and stay on the water-wagon?
Who ever heard of a water-wagon doin' business on Christmas Eve?
So you fell off the water-wagon, eh,—even in the watery city?
It grew out of Fitzpatrick's order putting his men on the water-wagon.
Ten Eyck was on the water-wagon in penance for a recent outbreak.
"Fell off that water-wagon kind o' sudden, didn't you, Bud," but without even a curious glance emptied his glass.
What's this I hear, son, about you falling off the water-wagon and filling the hospital?
You ought to climb on the water-wagon, Ford, and that's a fact.
Couldn't stay on the water-wagon long enough, got careless in my act, went down and out.