Recent Examples of water cannon from the Web
Authorities had unleashed tear gas, fired rubber bullets, and blasted freezing protesters with water cannons.
Condor's first New Orleans-to-Frankfurt flight gets water cannon salute The result has been a surge in demand for airport parking.
In response, the government attacked me with tear gas and water cannons.
When the planes took off from Milwaukee early Saturday, airport fire trucks saluted the veterans with water cannons and two warbird planes escorted the Delta airliners.
The demonstrators have been facing tear gas, water cannon and occasionally live fire.
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First Known Use of water cannon
WATER CANNON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of water cannon for English Language Learners
: a machine that shoots a large, powerful stream of water and that is used by police to control violent crowds
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