HOSE

HOSE (aka H.O.S.E or S.H.O.E.) is a term used for playing a mixed game of poker consisting of four different poker games. This form of poker is considered harder and not for beginners since it requires players to be skilled at many different forms of poker to succeed.It is also commonly played at casino tables. Players must have a great deal of co...
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Hose

• (n.) Close-fitting trousers or breeches, as formerly worn, reaching to the knee. • (pl. ) of Hose • (n.) A flexible pipe, made of leather, India rubber, or other material, and used for conveying fluids, especially water, from a faucet, hydrant, or fire engine. • (n.) Covering for the feet and lower part of the legs; a stocking...
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hose

(14) trousers
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hose

noun a flexible pipe for conveying a liquid or gas
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hose

hose down verb water with a hose; `hose the lawn`
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Hose

[clothing] Hose are any of various styles of men`s clothing for the legs and lower body, worn from the Middle Ages through the 17th century, when the term fell out of use in favor of breeches and stockings. (See also trousers.) The old plural form of `hose` was hosen. The French equivalent was chausses. Early wool hose were fitted to the le...
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Hose

[tubing] A hose is a flexible hollow tube designed to carry fluids from one location to another. Hoses are also sometimes called pipes (the word pipe usually refers to a rigid tube, whereas a hose is usually a flexible one), or more generally tubing. The shape of a hose is usually cylindrical (having a circular cross section). Hose design i...
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Hose

Hose (hōz) noun ; plural Hose , formerly Hosen (hō'z'n). [ Anglo-Saxon hose ; akin to Dutch hoos , German hose breeches, Old High German hosa , Icelandic hosa stocking, gather, Danish hose stocking; confer Russian kosh...
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Hose

clothing for the legs and loins
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Hose

flexible conduit for moving liquids under pressure; made of various materials including cotton, rubber or plastic (such as PVC); construction may be braided, woven, wrapped or extruded, often in layers (liner and jacket); hose construction and size differs according to its intended use (e.g., hard suction, attack, forestry, booster); typically stoc...
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Hose

flexible conduit for moving liquids under pressure; made of various materials including cotton, rubber or plastic (such as PVC); construction may be braided, woven, wrapped or extruded, often in layers (liner and jacket); hose construction and size differs according to its intended use (e.g., hard suction, attack, forestry, booster); typically stoc...
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hose

flexible piping designed to carry liquids or gases. Early hoses were made from leather, which was never wholly satisfactory and was supplanted in ...
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Hose

Hose is American slang for to have sex with.
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hose

hose, covering for the legs and feet. In the Middle Ages the leg was bound from the ankle to the knee with hides or cloth and then cross-gartered with thongs or strips of cloth; later a loose trouser, bound at the ankle, was worn. As the lower legs of the trousers became more fitted, they were calle...
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Hose

Slang for "Line Hose".
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Hose

There are so many different models available that buying a garden hose now involves some thought into its main uses and over what area. Lengths can reach from 20 to 120 feet with an endless number of fittings, nozzles, and adapters. There are wall mounted hoses, coiled hoses, hoses designed to withstand freezing temperatures, and hoses with rewind ...
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hose

tights
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hose

Type: Term Pronunciation: hōz Definitions: 1. 1. A section of tubing or pipe, generally more or less flexible, open at both ends; sometimes fitted with threading to allow fixtures to be affixed to other devices. 2. A type of stocking used in medical settings to provide support for musculature, nerves, or skin.
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hose

[n] - man`s garment of the 16th and 17th centuries 2. [n] - a flexible pipe for conveying a liquid or gas 3. [v] - water with a hose
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