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- n. A type of hose used for light residential applications such as watering lawns or gardens, or washing and rinsing passenger vehicles, etc.
- n. A length of hose as above, usually with a male connector on one end and a female connector on the other end, which can carry water from a hose bib (a water faucet or spigot usually located on an exterior wall of a house or other building) for use on a garden or lawn.
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- n. a hose used for watering a lawn or garden
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A heavy plastic container near the door was where the Dimonds kept a garden hose and a spare house key.
The hot-water heater is hooked up to the garden hose and I am sauteeing the lawn.
She’d also summoned the police to come get him; he’d beaten her when she set fire to the playroom—shot the garden hose at her after extinguishing the blaze, then whipped her unrepentant, grinning face with the hose’s metal-banded nozzle.