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Use "rubbers" in a sentence
"There's a funny scene in The Summer of '42 where teenage boys try to buy rubbers from a suspicious druggist."
"The pedestrians were sombrely garbed, and went about in "rubbers" -- the most depressing of all articles worn by man."
""Don't be fooled by English English," advised Columbia: "the accent is like a mouthful of pudding, and when they mean to say the weather is bad they say it is 'nawsty;' they call their rubbers 'galoshes,' their dépôts 'stations,' and when they start on a journey they get their"