or ga·loshe, go·losh
Origin of galosh
Words nearby galosh
How to use galosh in a sentence
What makes it even funnier is that I jiggle between high-heeled shoes and chicken galoshes.The ‘Real’ deal: An interview with Julia Lemigova of RHOM|Gregg Shapiro|January 6, 2022|Washington Blade
Printed Matter, north of Sawon on Tenth Avenue, definitely falls into the galosh gang.How Hurricane Sandy Rocked the Art Galleries in Chelsea|Blake Gopnik|November 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Galosh, ga-losh′, n. a shoe or slipper worn over another in wet weather—also Galoche′, Golosh′.
The dictionaries refer to Spenser as using it under the form galage; and it occurs written galege, galosh, calosh, &c.