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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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sneakersneak‧er /ˈsniːkə $ -ər/ ●●○ noun [countable]  especially American EnglishDCC a type of light soft shoe with a rubber sole (=bottom), used for sportsplimsoll a pair of white sneakers
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sneakerRory walked towards her, dressed in jeans and sneakers, a soft yellow shirt.Of the passers-by, the younger ones wore jeans and sneakers, but their elders were still huddled in their warms.Who, in passing, it might be noted, wore not boots nor shoes but canvas sneakers.They wore leather vests and high-heeled sneakers, body suits and spandex, trying to get noticed.Now I wonder if I would not have been better off in sneakers and a fleece, more populist clothes.She drove me crazy, night and day, she wanted sneakers, she wanted sneakers.She wore a red tank top, black jeans, high white sneakers.
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