tennis shoe


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tennis shoe

n.
1. A low-cut shoe designed for playing tennis, typically having a rubber sole.
2. See sneaker.

tennis shoe

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a rubber-soled canvas shoe tied with laces

ten′nis shoe`


n.
a low sports shoe with a flat rubber sole and a canvas or leather upper that laces over the instep; sneaker.
[1890–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tennis shoe - a canvas shoe with a pliable rubber soletennis shoe - a canvas shoe with a pliable rubber sole
plimsoll - a light gym shoe with a rubber sole and a canvas top
shoe - footwear shaped to fit the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material
Translations
حِذاء التِّنِس
teniska
sportssko
teniszcipõ
teniska
teniški copat
tenis ayakkabısı

tennis

(ˈtenis) noun
(also lawn tennis) a game for two or four players who use rackets to hit a ball to each other over a net stretched across a tennis-court. Let's play (a game of) tennis; (also adjective) a tennis match.
ˈtennis-court noun
a specially-marked area on which tennis is played.
ˈtennis-racket noun
a racket with which one plays tennis.
ˈtennis shoe noun
a sports shoe suitable for tennis, running etc.
References in classic literature ?
"But a savage could get a tennis shoe from a drowned or eaten sailor, couldn't hey" she contended.
"But sailors don't wear tennis shoes," was Billy's prompt refutation.
As he started to climb the rocks landward Billy eaUed Saxon's attention to the fact that the stranger wore tennis shoes. In a few minutes he dropped down from the rock to the beach and walked up to them.
It was to be the first letter tennis shoe. "It was considered high-tech," Smith told the New York Times in 2015.
Egret Baits says its new Vudu Mullet is made from the same material found in tennis shoe soles, and that's the secret to its durability.
A subsequent investigation turned up that the homeowner's front door was partially open, "and officers found a tennis shoe outside the window." The wounded would-be home intruder was Charles Noble, who was apprehended when he went to a hospital to get treatment for a gunshot wound to his leg.
The selections comprising this highly recommended addition to any family, school, and community center CD music collection for kids includes: Shaky Tooth (2:53); Honey Jar (1:54); Getting Dressed (3:03); Riding My Bike (2:17); Body Parts (1:50); Rhythm Band (3:42); Tick Tock Rock (3:07); Fish Dance (2:24); Wonderful Friends (2:24); Wonderful Friends (2:19); Make It Rain (3:28); Tennis Shoe (1:32); Peanut Butter Sandwiches (1:50); Hurray!
They were looking for legs in all the right places at the 15th annual Tennis Shoe Ball to benefit the Manatee unit of the American Cancer Society.
The boy, who claimed that he was burning loose material off his tennis shoe, has been cited for disorderly conduct and released into the custody of his father, reported The Associated Press.
If data collection only is going to be provided at the "remote" locations (nurses stations), a "tennis shoe" network may be appropriate, i.e., an employee running from station to station with a floppy disk, transferring the information at each station to the floppy, and then downloading it to the main system.
This timeless tennis shoe known specifically as The Carnaby EVO is on offer in an array of colors, prints and uppers.
The semi-famous neon boot hovering over Crossroads Western Store on East McCain Boulevard in North Little Rock is being kicked off by a tennis shoe.