tennis ball


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tennis ball

n
(Tennis) a hollow rubber ball covered with felt, used in tennis
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tennis ball - ball about the size of a fist used in playing tennistennis ball - ball about the size of a fist used in playing tennis
ball - round object that is hit or thrown or kicked in games; "the ball travelled 90 mph on his serve"; "the mayor threw out the first ball"; "the ball rolled into the corner pocket"
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tennisball

tennis ball

npalla da tennis
References in classic literature ?
The pantry window had been broken by a tennis ball the week before; and Polynesia popped in through the hole in the glass.
As I stood there, gaping open-mouthed, a tennis ball struck me on the arm, and as I turned about, another whizzed past my ear.
The truth is, I came to the gate, where some dozen or so of devils were playing tennis, all in breeches and doublets, with falling collars trimmed with Flemish bonelace, and ruffles of the same that served them for wristbands, with four fingers' breadth of the arms exposed to make their hands look longer; in their hands they held rackets of fire; but what amazed me still more was that books, apparently full of wind and rubbish, served them for tennis balls, a strange and marvellous thing; this, however, did not astonish me so much as to observe that, although with players it is usual for the winners to be glad and the losers sorry, there in that game all were growling, all were snarling, and all were cursing one another.
Charles Westmacott had ceased to knock the tennis balls about, and was chatting with Clara Walker, while Ida and Harold Denver were still talking by the railing with little outbursts of laughter.
He said tennis ball cricket was very popular in Pakistan and he also played a lot of it during his youth.
In all 16 teams will be participating in the world's biggest tennis ball cricket tournament.
The 10PL tournament, which has legendary pacer Wasim Akram as brand ambassador, is the richest tennis ball tournament with a prize money of Dh250,000.
For example, he hypothesized that increasing the temperature of a tennis ball would make it bounce higher.
Left, Lee Mengo's tennis ball tribute at Llandaff Fields
After hearing of Eddie's dedication to the job, Birstall's Pets At Home store donated a basket of tennis balls as a leaving present.
Here's a super cute reason you can't throw away your old tennis balls just yet.
Here are some tennis treats for tots TOTSBOTS WIMBLEBUM NAPPY A SPECIAL edition print, the Wimblebum reusable cloth nappy is covered in strawberries, tennis balls and rackets, capturing the essence of Wimbledon.