Definition of hoser in English:

hoser

Syllabification: hos·er
Pronunciation: /hōzər
 
/

noun

chiefly Canadian informal
A foolish or uncultivated person.
More example sentences
  • Thomson, in addition to sounding, as he always does, like a hoser, incomprehensibly also makes the not-quite 50-year-old Gould seem like a foot-dragging duffer.
  • Okay, hosers, you'll have to see the movie, eh?
  • I snorted, crossing my arms. ‘I was born with a plastic spoon in my mouth, hosers.’

Origin

1980s: of uncertain origin; popularized by characters on the Canadian television show SCTV (1980–82).

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