Definition for goloshes (2 of 2)
or ga·loshe, go·losh
Origin of galosh
Examples from the Web for goloshes
Beside her sat the little old man in the brown coat and the goloshes instead of boots.The Darling and Other Stories|Anton Chekhov
Brougham have they none; goloshes and a lanthorn their only substitute.Doctor Cupid|Rhoda Broughton
His goloshes, which always lay by the umbrella-stand, were also gone.
Dorine tripped across the puddles in her goloshes, hugging herself in her old-fashioned, long fur cloak.Small Souls|Louis Couperus
The goloshes were new, just bought for the winter, and the pimples on their soles were fresh and sharp.