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- n. Alternative spelling of galosh.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as galosh.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a waterproof overshoe that protects shoes from water or snow
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a light shoe or slipper, with a very thick ribbed worsted sock over it, put into an india-rubber golosh, which is kept on by a high spring gaiter.
He lowered his eyes and watched his button bals with patent golosh and the grassblades that crazy-quilted them.
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.
A golosh looked like a roller skate and was about as easy to walk with.
Aunt Emily slowly removed one big golosh, then waited.
Aunt Emily removed the other golosh -- a shade more quickly than the first one.
There were no descending footmarks, but one of the spots of wax close to the balusters had been trodden on while warm and soft, and bore the mark of the front of the heel of a golosh descending the stairs.
They had been so clearly absorbed in one another that she had fled on guiltily to Agnes, golosh in hand, without waiting to put it on; confident, however, that neither
They had been so clearly absorbed in one another that she had fled on guiltily to Agnes, golosh in hand, without waiting to put it on; confident, however, that neither Elsmere nor
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