Examples of nightstick in a Sentence
police officers fitted out with nightsticks and handcuffs
Recent Examples of nightstick from the Web
George is in uniform as your friendly neighborhood cop complete with nightstick, dancing with his fellow outdoor fetishists.
The arrests added images of swinging nightsticks and shoving matches with the police to the inaugural events.
In Moscow, the police clashed with protesters, turning a central square into a swirl of swinging nightsticks and shoving matches.
There is no better way to clear a corner in a tough neighborhood than the arrival of two highway cops who jump out of an unmarked car with nightsticks.
Klan leader Tom Metzger also was knocked to the ground by Oceanside police and had his nose bloodied by a nightstick.
One of the male detainees kept through Sunday heard cops at the 20th District station complaining that their nightsticks were being impounded.
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.
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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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