tennis shoeSEE DEFINITION OF tennis shoe
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TENNIS SHOE
Jack kicked at the dock post with the toe of his tennis shoe.
Mollie, said Bab, tying her tennis shoe, I do notice how rude Gladys is.
But a savage could get a tennis shoe from a drowned or eaten sailor, couldn't he?
No, I won't put on my slippers till the last thing, my heel's sore, my tennis shoe rubbed the skin off.
He lifted it—it was Beatrice's tennis shoe, washed from her foot—Geoffrey knew it, for once he had tied it.
Sitting down on the stone step by the door, she scuffed the toe of her tennis shoe back and forth in the gravel.
I could discern clearly, though faintly, a few of the imprints undeniably made by a sole of a tennis shoe.
First, you see the print on the white painted window sill of what can only be the rubber sole of a tennis shoe.
As Tom heaved the shot again, the toe of his tennis shoe caught on the board, and part of the sole was ripped off.
A top-boot and a tennis shoe make a highly effective combination.