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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

He wore a long, greasy overcoat, a pair of baggy jeans, and rotting sneakers that looked like they'd been through a wood-chipper.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
In her sneakers she skipped along noiselessly, unconscious of the fact that an outsider might regard her actions as “snooping.”
He had on a closely fitting black jersey, trousers held up by a belt, and rubber-soled tennis sneakers.
JIM SPURLING, FISHERMANALBERT WALTER TOLMAN
He knew the boys all could swim, and they were all lightly dressed, with canvas sneakers and no coat.
Tom cast aside his sweater, kicked his sneakers off, and plunged into the tide.
RUTH FIELDING DOWN EASTALICE B. EMERSON
Well, you needn't kick the legs of that table with your sneakers; that table cost money!
OTHERWISE PHYLLISMEREDITH NICHOLSON
I think that is true, and I still consider it the best explanation of the Sneakers.
It'll make less noise than a mouse in sneakers drooling on a blotter!
DOUBLE OR NOTHINGJACK SHARKEY
He was wearing his stiff new blue jeans and sneakers, his knapsack stuffed with fresh binders and pencils.
Greg pried off his sneakers with his toes and then pulled off his grey, squelching socks.

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