Recent Examples of inner tube from the Web
Lozman will be back inside the high court Tuesday, five years after winning a legal battle over a floating home — please don't call it a houseboat — that had the justices ruminating about inner tubes, wooden washtubs and plastic dishpans.
Existing somewhere between Maroon 5 (a favorite of his) and a tropical house kingpin like Kygo, Quinn XCII’s music floats by like an inner tube on one of the lakes that were his summer playgrounds growing up in Michigan.
At 16, Orozco arrived in Tecún Umán and crossed the Suchiate River on an inner tube raft, landing in Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, before heading to Tapachula some 30 miles away.
Later, some paddle-like pieces of wood and bits of rubber inner tube were found in the water.
In 2010, while tubing on a ski hill, the inner tube flipped and Musk broke his neck.
The Rock Featuring 19 lanes of tubing paradise, The Rock in Franklin is the go-to place for families who enjoy plunging downhill on an inner tube.
Where to eat, drink, sleep, and shred (or, uh, inner tube and then sit by the fire) in the American West's best mountain town.
The copper smuggler would arrange for hired North Korean soldiers to haul the metal in 50-kilogram (110-pound) sacks to the Chinese shoreline, carrying the bags through shallow water or floating them on rafts made from inflated inner tubes.
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First Known Use of inner tube
INNER TUBE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inner tube for English Language Learners
: a round tube that holds air inside a tire
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