One of the gutted houses was home to a member of the FDNY who had a lawn statue of firefighter holding a hose.
The seawater was higher than the fire hydrants, and the firefighters had to duck down into it to connect the hose.
We put a hose in her mouth so she could breath water, to keep her healthy and strong before we released her.
Democrats did a lot of finger-pointing, but at the end of the day, enough of them did help unfurl the hose.
I sucked on the hose that he handed me and was instantly really high.
Up he got and without looking to see if they were still there, he turned the hose where they had stood but a second before.
The hose is a subject to which very little attention is given.
Not that the quality was better than her usual wear, but doublet and hose were so different on her.
For ordinary purposes the half-inch size of hose is the best.
I only wish that the tub were twenty times as large, and the hose twice as strong.
late Old English, hosa "covering for the leg," from Proto-Germanic *husan (cf. Old Saxon, Old Norse hosa, Middle High German hose "covering for the leg," German Hose "trousers"), literally "covering," from PIE *(s)keu- "to cover, conceal" (see hide (n.1)). Old French hose, Old Spanish huesa are of Germanic origin. Sense of "flexible rubber tube for liquid" is first attested late 15c.
c.1300, "to furnish with stockings," from hose (n.). Meaning "to water down with a hose" is from 1889. Related: Hosed; hosing.
[origin uncertain; perhaps fr a rare but found hose, ''penis,'' whereupon the term would be analogous to diddle, fuck, screw, shaft, etc]