sneakered

sneakered

(ˈsniːkəd)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) US wearing sneakers
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Balancing his small, sneakered feet on the lip of a planter as he impatiently waited Friday for the inaugural parade to start, Ronan McKerrow confessed he only knows three things about Donald Trump: His middle name starts with a J, he's 70 and he doesn't have much hair.
work, and looks briefly at the sky to see a pair of sneakered feet
As much as I admire those sneakered, self-motivated New Yorkers bounding through Manhattan at a brisk jog all hours of the day and night, I'm just never going to be one.
I was startled into turning, but he was already running away, a jacketed back flinging through the turnstile, down the escalator, his big sneakered feet tripping him up on the bottom tread.
In the preternatural quiet of the empty lobby I heard the pounce of her sneakered feet.
As you heave to the top of the Hayes Street hill and peer back at the vibrating mass of 50,000-plus sneakered souls framed by a postcard-perfect cityscape, you'll think: What's the rush?
Outside, the feet of others pass by, some bare and sandy, some sneakered, others in thin white rubber thongs.
Mallorie stands with her sneakered feet planted far apart for steadiness, and pushes back unruly blonde curls to peer through the camera.
Who but Robbins would find romance in the nuzzling of Hall's sneakered foot against Rutherford's?
On the lazy spring afternoon, the choir wants to sing "La Bamba," and that gets them up on their sneakered feet.
Virtua Tennis continues in a similar vein,morphed from the Dreamcast's Tennis 2K2 and eventually landing well and truly on its sneakered feet on the PS2.
Virtua Tennis continues in a similar vein, morphed from the Dreamcast's Tennis 2K2 and eventually landing well and truly on its sneakered feet on the PS2.