or ga·loshe, go·losh
- a waterproof overshoe, especially a high one.
Origin of galosh
1325–75; Middle English < Old French galoche, of obscure origin
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Examples from the Web for golosh
She wished she had not been so playful in flinging her golosh into the path.
But the water, just the snake of water, was amusing, and she flung her golosh at it to dam it up.
Galosh, ga-losh′, n. a shoe or slipper worn over another in wet weather—also Galoche′, Golosh′.
So Jimmieboy threw himself down in the golosh, and the voice began to sing.Half-Hours with Jimmieboy
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