goloshes


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goloshes

(ɡəˈlɒʃɪz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) a less common spelling of galoshes
References in classic literature ?
A GREAT big water-beetle came up underneath the lily leaf and tweaked the toe of one of his goloshes.
He wanted to walk round the box but his feet would not move and his new clean goloshes had grown to the stone floor, and he could neither lift them nor get his feet out of the goloshes.
The presents that have been made to him,' said Mr Kenwigs, reverting to his calamity, 'the pipes, the snuff-boxes--a pair of india-rubber goloshes, that cost six-and-six--'
And we, my poor Watson, want overcoats and cravats and goloshes, and every aid that man ever invented to fight the weather.
Ramsay "clapped a deer-stalker's hat on her head; she ran across the lawn in goloshes to snatch a child from mischief.
This awkward moment is reminiscent of the time that, suffering a stoppage, I was examined by a Goloshes, M.
It takes Brophy, however, to explain and so enhance our appreciation of the remark: "a drunken brilliance shaped, surely, out of Firbank's public-school or preparatory-boarding-school experience of a rainy atmosphere of goloshes assigned to their owners by surnames.