The army, or the hosts, were called the army of God, or the hosts of God.
This was the chief of all the hosts, Agamemnon, king of Mycenae and Argos.
I was touched by the gracefulness and tact of my hosts in not asking me to recite any poetry.
Oftener than not his hosts caught no glimpse of his lordship throughout the day.
Yet it was not easy for him to assume, at such short notice, those of his hosts.
Then turning to his hosts, “Camilla Maurice: Mr. and Mrs. Becher.”
Found on sticks and logs, they are quite hard to detach from their hosts.
He was blinded by his arrogance to think that he could stand against the hosts of Heaven.
They went on and on till they overtook the hosts of the mice.
An appeal to arms, and to the God of hosts, is all that is left us.