Examples of nightstick in a Sentence
police officers fitted out with nightsticks and handcuffs
Recent Examples of nightstick from the Web
In 12 hours of boot-stomps and nightsticks, Madrid did more to legitimize a call for independence than anything the Catalan politicians have done in recent years.
The same writer connected the famous Rizzo-in-tuxedo-with-nightstick photo with the infamous stripping of Black Panthers on a North Philly sidewalk.
In the melee that followed, one veteran grabbed a policeman’s nightstick.
Dramatic video shows officers using nightsticks to break the vehicle’s windows and attempting to force him out with a high-power stream of water from a fire hose.
The injured officer struck the driver's side window with his baton, or nightstick, in order to stop Rizzo, according to the report.
TV journalist, shows officers using nightsticks and a hatchet to break the van’s windows and then deploying a high-power stream of water from the fire hose.
There are photos of the young Walter Reuther, his skull bleeding from a policeman's nightstick, and buttons and posters, fading now from the indirect light, of candidates who came here when labor support could make or break their campaigns.
The police walk up, jab Lewis in the stomach with a nightstick, and then knock him down, along with a number of others.
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NIGHTSTICK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nightstick for English Language Learners
: a heavy stick that is carried by police officers and is used as a weapon
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