hose

Stocken vs Hose - What's the difference?

stocken | hose |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between stocken and hose

is that stocken is (obsolete) ; stockings while hose is (obsolete) close-fitting trousers or breeches, reaching to the knee.

As nouns the difference between stocken and hose

is that stocken is (obsolete) ; stockings while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As a verb hose is

to water or spray with a hose.

Doublet vs Hose - What's the difference?

doublet | hose |


As nouns the difference between doublet and hose

is that doublet is a man’s close-fitting jacket, with or without sleeves men in europe wore doublets from the 1400s to the 1600s while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As a verb hose is

to water or spray with a hose.

Hosen vs Hose - What's the difference?

hosen | hose |


As nouns the difference between hosen and hose

is that hosen is (poetic|historical|archaic) while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As a verb hose is

to water or spray with a hose.

Tights vs Hose - What's the difference?

tights | hose | Synonyms |

Hose is a synonym of tights.


As nouns the difference between tights and hose

is that tights is a close-fitting, sheer or non-sheer skin-tight garment worn principally by women and girls that covers the body completely from the waist down, usually including the feet while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As a verb hose is

to water or spray with a hose.

Pantyhose vs Hose - What's the difference?

pantyhose | hose |


As nouns the difference between pantyhose and hose

is that pantyhose is (north america) women's nylon tights worn about the legs while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As a verb hose is

to water or spray with a hose.

Hoses vs Hose - What's the difference?

hoses | hose |


As nouns the difference between hoses and hose

is that hoses is while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As verbs the difference between hoses and hose

is that hoses is (hose) while hose is to water or spray with a hose.

Tube vs Hose - What's the difference?

tube | hose |


As nouns the difference between tube and hose

is that tube is anything that is hollow and cylindrical in shape while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As verbs the difference between tube and hose

is that tube is to make or use tubes while hose is to water or spray with a hose.

Flexible vs Hose - What's the difference?

flexible | hose |


As nouns the difference between flexible and hose

is that flexible is (chiefly|engineering|and|manufacturing) something that is flexible while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As a adjective flexible

is capable of being flexed or bent without breaking; able to be turned, bowed, or twisted, without breaking; pliable; not stiff or brittle.

As a verb hose is

to water or spray with a hose.

Hose vs Siamese - What's the difference?

hose | siamese |


As nouns the difference between hose and siamese

is that hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid while siamese is siamese cat or siamese can be the siamese language; thai.

As a verb hose

is to water or spray with a hose.

As a adjective siamese is

siamese, thai.

Hose vs Snout - What's the difference?

hose | snout |


As nouns the difference between hose and snout

is that hose is a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid, hoses while snout is the long, projecting nose, mouth and jaw of a beast, as of pigs.

As verbs the difference between hose and snout

is that hose is to water or spray with a hose while snout is to furnish with a nozzle or point.

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