An article of footwear worn over a shoe as protection from water, snow, or cold.(noun)
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Use "overshoe" in a sentence
"Such an eloquent defender of the overshoe is rare in the slush."
"After a campus-wide contest to name the school's athletic teams in 1925, freshman Margaret Hamlin won ten dollars for her suggestion of "Zippers" after a popular rubber overshoe of the same name made by local company B.F. Goodrich."
"Two minutes later — two hectic minutes — they were disturbed by an embarrassed couple also seeking the idyllic seclusion of the overshoe-closet."