golosh


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Synonyms for golosh

a waterproof overshoe that protects shoes from water or snow

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A GREAT big water-beetle came up underneath the lily leaf and tweaked the toe of one of his goloshes.
And we, my poor Watson, want overcoats and cravats and goloshes, and every aid that man ever invented to fight the weather.
This year's honorees include, along with their respective categories: Jane Lizotte, Sherwood Middle School (Leadership); Bryan Mabie, Spring Street School; Susana Pierce, Oak Middle School (Mentor); Kim Golosh, Spring Street School (Paraprofessional); Sara Biadasz, Beal School (Professional); Peter Collins, Shrewsbury High School (Professional); Amy O'Leary, Shrewsbury High School (Professional); Carol Virzi, Sherwood Street School (Professional); Katie Fox, Paton School (Support); and David Poe, Beal School (Support).
Ramsay "clapped a deer-stalker's hat on her head; she ran across the lawn in goloshes to snatch a child from mischief.
Goloshes calls "Uncle Al." And the capital, Miss Michiko, of Finland?
Most readers would find amusing Firbank's request to an acquaintance: "I wish you wouldn't call me Firbank; it gives me a sense of goloshes." The conjunction of Firbank and so (both in appearance and sound) inelegant an article of clothing is what amuses most readers.