fire hose

a special heavy-duty hose for use in fighting destructive fires. Unabridged
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fire hose

a large hose that carries water from a fire hydrant to the site of the fire 
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Example sentences
It sounded, he said later, as if someone had turned a fire hose on his roof.
In the next moment, the obstruction in question shot out of the line with fire
  hose ferocity.
The boatswain and a mate trained a fire hose on the plate, and the mud came
  down in curtains.
In the old days, airline mechanics simply used a fire hose.
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