A light carriage with two or four low wheels and a collapsible top.(noun)
A top for this or a similar carriage.(noun)
A woman's folding bonnet of the late 18th century.(noun)
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Use "calash" in a sentence
"To lessen the obligation, however, my calash is not yet come to the door."
"It was called a calash, and was constructed of green silk outside and white silk within, reeved upon cane, similar in fashion to the 'uglies,' which, at the present day,"
"We came away in a calash, that is, my Master and the Chaplain, riding at their Ease in that vehicle, while I trotted behind on a little"