canteen[ kan-teen ]SEE DEFINITION OF canteen
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANTEEN
This revived him, and he offered us his canteen, in which was some excellent Jamaica.
Set at liberty for the time being, we recruits made for the canteen.
Ashton had half drained the canteen on the way up the mountain.
When they were ready, she filled his canteen for him and took a sip 190 from it “for luck.”
Blake dashed his face with the cupful of water still left in the canteen.
I wish this crool war was over, an' we'd get back to canteen.
I said: 'I can get you Burma tobacco, but I don't keep a canteen up my sleeve.'
"Don't you think I won't get it out, if I have to pack it out in a canteen," said Roger.
There was neither food in his pack nor water in his canteen.
He was covered with dust and his lips were cracking in spite of his free use of the canteen.