Simple Definition of ground stroke
tennis : a stroke made by hitting a ball that has bounced off the ground
Full Definition of ground stroke
: a stroke made (as in tennis) by hitting a ball that has rebounded from the ground — compare volley
First Known Use of ground stroke
Rhymes with ground stroke
ad hoc, backstroke, baroque, bespoke, blow smoke, breaststroke, brushstroke, bur oak, chain-smoke, convoke, cork oak, cowpoke, downstroke, evoke, heatstroke, holm oak, in-joke, invoke, keystroke, kinfolk, kinsfolk, menfolk, pin oak, post oak, presoak, provoke, red oak, revoke, scrub oak, she-oak, sidestroke, silk oak, slowpoke, sunchoke, sunstroke, tan oak, townsfolk, uncloak, unyoke, upstroke, white oak, workfolk
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Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about "ground stroke"
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