One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A vehicle used to transport alcoholic drink to an Aboriginal settlement.‘the flagon wagons run less regularly than they used to’
- ‘That thing is nearly as bad as the two "Flagon Wagons".’
- ‘The flagon wagon has gone almost off-balance upon the curb stone.’
- ‘The car had run out of petrol, all right, but it was a 'flagon wagon' and all of the men waiting were badly drunk.’
- ‘We keep an eye on the drinkers and the flagon wagons.’
- ‘The land is littered with hunting cars, flipped from chasing kangaroos, and flagon wagons.’
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