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Synonyms for galosh

a waterproof overshoe that protects shoes from water or snow

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24, 2008, file photo, singer Scott Weiland performs at the Hollywood & Highland complex in Los Angeles to promote his new album, "Happy in Galoshes.
The galoshes were called zippers because of the sound made when closing them, and the name came to identify the type of closure no matter what type of item it closed.
He was snug in a dark overcoat, his trouser legs tucked into calf-high galoshes to protect them from the lingering snow.
Early NCR subscribers William and Lorraine D'Antonio have been married 65 years, yet they can still recall in detail their "beginning of beginning to be together" when Bill left his galoshes at Lorraine's home after a Christmas cocktail party that she and her friends had hosted.
around in their galoshes, and in a bank of clouds that follow them
Each was wearing galoshes, which Brandt referred to as ''big boots.
In 1898, Finnish Rubber Works, which later became Nokia's rubber business, was founded and went on to make everything from galoshes to tyres.
Meanwhile, an elderly man grumbles as he tugs on galoshes, is rude to a doorman and generally trudges, bad-tempered, through his morning.
Waterproofs and galoshes are more likely to be the order of the day than snow ploughs, as rainfall is set to measure 20 to 30mm tomorrow through to early on Sunday.
The Dazzler (right) decided retail therapy was his best bet after pitching up at soggy Royal Lytham in suede sneakers, and he was only after some galoshes to keep his feet dry.
For example, a bear could be dressed in a raincoat with galoshes, holding an umbrella and splashing in puddles.
The lyrically simple text flows across lots of white spaces and the gently playful illustrations depict plenty of action in soft pastel colours and rounded shapes, with every event enlivened by those red galoshes.
Norregaard Frandsen's article, "The Insoluble Conflict of transformation: The Modern Aspect of Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Galoshes of Fortune'", discusses the modern themes in Hans Christian Andersen's tale, published 1838.
Another alternative to classic rain boots worth considering are galoshes, or overshoes, which aren't just for nattily attired businessmen or folks who wear HazMat suits to work.
I'm particularly looking forward to making my own rainbow the next time dad and me don our galoshes and hose down the car (it's pencilled in for Easter weekend).