Besides his barge on the river he had a coach, a calash, and a sedan chair.
A quarter of an hour later he was seated in his calash with his servant.
He then prepared to set off in a calash, accompanied by Bertrand.
Here I pause for a moment; I remember a calash, in my childhood.
We cannot be sure whether she wore a Leghorn hat or a calash.
I packed her snugly in the calash and started two dragoons ahead.
Mother would be pleased to offer the friend a seat in the calash, Robert.
To lessen the obligation, however, my calash is not yet come to the door.
However, we can see the calash without him; probably he has not taken it with him.
This was the calash—now almost obsolete for any purpose, comments Leigh Hunt, and indeed there is hardly a reference to it.