adj. Though hos have replaced hosebeasts, historians find this adjective useful.
Real citation: “I really enjoyed everybody in In Her Shoes. I'd never read the book so I don't know how true they stayed to the story, but the three leads were all very good together. Cameron Diaz's character was so nasty and awful and lazy and moochy that I just couldn't even picture someone like that existing. For anyone who's read the book, is her character that hosebeasty?”
(IssieCol, Oct. 9. 2005, http://www.madnono.com/boards/showthread.php?s=dc124f6a419f6250c19f55d6e96ae168&threadid=50&perpage=20&pagenumber=15)
Made-up citation: "Is a hosebeast a female hoser? If so, hosebeastiness may be a Canadian export."