overshoe overshoe


  • (n) footwear that protects your shoes from water or snow or cold


  1. He spent most of the next five years working at various menial jobs: arms-factory worker, waiter, train conductor and rubber-overshoe assembler.
  2. His left overshoe was on the floor; he had been wearing only the right one when he fell.
  3. Ingeniously, the experimenters ran an air tube through the overshoe beneath the oil-holding layer.
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