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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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galoshesga‧losh‧es /ɡəˈlɒʃɪz $ -ˈlɑː-/ noun [plural]  old-fashionedDCC rubber shoes worn over ordinary shoes when it rains or snows
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galoshesThe only must-pack items on this trip are galoshes and a couple of cans of bathroom cleaner to scrub away the mildew.Now, Kirkland is a man with about six pairs of galoshes.Miss Rose pulled on galoshes and spent the noon hour directing traffic.When it was wet she would turn up at the cafés with galoshes.Please meet me tomorrow dressed in your galoshes, and we will celebrate our caramelized love together.
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