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Definition of hosie

hosie

  • A kid's phrase to reserve a desirable thing or place for oneself. Syn. I call as in "I call shotgun!" Used this all the time growing up early 60s near Boston.
    I hosie the front seat! I hosie the corner brownie!

    Last edited on Mar 05 1999. Submitted by Kip K. from Boston, MA, USA on Mar 05 1999.

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