Recent Examples of tennis shoe from the Web
From running shorts to tutus, racerback tanks to bunny costumes and tennis shoes to high heels, the Easter weekend tradition continued as runners competed in the prestigious 10k road race for the coveted posters given to the top 500 competitors.
Alex Gordon walked into an indoor batting cage Monday inside Werner Park, wearing a blue hoodie and Nike tennis shoes.
It was named by Curtis Ebbesmeyer, a Seattle oceanographer known for his expertise in tracking ocean currents and the movement of cargo lost overboard, including rubber duck bath toys and Nike tennis shoes.
Trucks rumbled by the museum site near downtown Los Angeles as Lucas, dressed casually in a white- and blue-checkered shirt, jeans and tennis shoes, thanked more than 100 well-wishers.
Krystie agreed, and left the house to sit outside wearing black shorts, tennis shoes, a white t-shirt and a camouflage hat.
Wearing a coat, tie and tennis shoes, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell busted out a 5.41 in the 40-yard dash on the carpet at the league office in New York.
But inside the office the investigator spotted faxes bearing the names of trade companies and an invoice for tennis shoes from an outfit based in Busan.
Looney said the unknown man was described as wearing a black, hooded jacket, blue jeans and multicolored tennis shoes.
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First Known Use of tennis shoe
TENNIS SHOE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tennis shoe for English Language Learners
: a low shoe that is worn while playing sports (such as tennis) or exercising
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