Definition of overshoe in English:

overshoe

Syllabification: o·ver·shoe
Pronunciation: /ˈōvərˌSHo͞o
 
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noun

A shoe worn over a normal shoe, typically either of waterproof material to protect the normal shoe in wet weather or of fabric to protect a floor surface.
More example sentences
  • Hunting in snow, I'd wear heavy wool socks, shoes, and rubber overshoes.
  • His Velcro overshoes squished upon the carpet as he walked back to his seat.
  • When George comes downstairs and is about to leave for a visit with Emily, his mother reminds him to put on his overshoes.

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