tennis ball

  1. ball about the size of a fist used in playing tennis
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How To Use tennis ball In A Sentence

  • A ballad that Thompson plays live tells Shakespeare's tale of the King of France sending Henry V a sackful of tennis balls, insinuating that he should be playing games, not fighting wars.
  • Tennis balls stay on the racket strings for only a few milliseconds and are several feet away by the time a signal from your hand can travel to your brain and back to generate a correction.
  • Squeeze a tennis ball regularly to improve your grip.
  • Buy toys, like Frisbees, kites, or sports equipment such as Velcro paddles and tennis balls.
  • She calls the 13-year-old Portuguese water dog "a world-class fetcher of tennis balls and a meeter and greeter of presidents, senators, congressmen and even foreign dignitaries. Ted Kennedy's Dog Dies
  • Maybe one in 200 dogs with tennis ball blunting have a problem that requires some dental attention, and those tend to be the dogs that are "obsessive fanatics" that chew practically non-stop, he says. There are worse things for dogs than chewing tennis balls
  • This tennis ball has no more bounce.
  • My cheek was swollen like I had misplaced a tennis ball.
  • Not to spread alarm if you haven't already plugged into this latest pet-owner panic-inciter, but concern has been expressed far and wide in recent months about the dangers of tennis ball chewing. There are worse things for dogs than chewing tennis balls
  • I stepped out of my house with my racquet and tennis ball.
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