The mitten and overshoe theory may seem to you but a sad sign of approaching age and debility—and so none of them for you.
My legs are stiff, and my legging has frozen fast 26 to my overshoe; I remember that.
I pick up every overshoe and know whose it is, but I can't find my own.
I ran up the steps, my cap in one hand, her overshoe in the other.
To make an overshoe, the rubber is run through rollers and formed into thick sheets for soles and thinner sheets for uppers.
A comedy in three acts, Betty called it—the losing of the cold-cream bottle and the finding of same in madam's overshoe.
But she really had stepped into the puddle at the door, and her left foot was wet up to the ankle and her overshoe full of water.
One tied a ribbon, another put on an overshoe, another held a little foot while the slipper was being removed.
Try a piece of overshoe, with a bone in it, for my beefsteak, likely.
Other places the thinner snow has departed and left behind it mud that seizes upon your overshoe with an "Oh, what's your rush?"