Common misspellings for tennis:
tennasse, denns, tennnis, teniis, tennesssee, tennon, tennets, dennies, tenans, tennid, tness, tennesee, tannig, tennese, tennan, tennia, tennits, tenni, denesi, tecnice, lennies, pennis, tennasee, tenious, denniss, tequniues, ktynows, tennsee, tenous, tenes, deneis, tyennessee, dneis, tencion, tinnitis, dennys, tennie, tenesse, tehnic, tanaciouy, atennas, teans, tenis, tennisse, tannis, tunnig, tenatious, tenese, dennise, tennisee, tehnik, tancious, tehnique, tencil, tenanus, tennins, tences, tenneessee, tonnes, tenns, tesnes, teeens, tendicy, tennts, tennassee, taemins, tennats, tenness, tennissee, tenneesee, tanins, tenneseee, dinnis, tennit, technice, tetnis, tenassee, tennison, tennesse, tennish, teniss, teneesee, teenis, tenancie, tennise, tennies, thennis, tenus, tenecious, dennis', tennessie, wennies, tenits, teenies, tenacy, tennaesee, tendiciy, tennssee, teacin, tennacy, tennes, tenise, tequnice, tencoius, tennsi, tenneesse, tence, teeensy, tennissie, tonns, tehis, tewnties, tennic, tunnals, etnies, teins, tonis, tenniis, tnnis, dennnis, tenniss, jennis, denis, ennis, tmenas, teqniues, tenacius, tenneese, tennensee, tenuious, tinnius, tennels, t once, ta once, t times, ta times, thanasius, tahanasius, thens, tahens, tomic, taomic, tomise, taomise, tomize, taomize, tonic, taonic, ttitudinise, tatitudinise, ttitudinize, tatitudinize, tamage, tamages, tamascus, tamask, tamning, tanaus, tank, tanseuse, tanzig, tawning, rennis, gennis, yennis, 6ennis, 5ennis, twnnis, tsnnis, tdnnis, trnnis, t4nnis, t3nnis, tebnis, temnis, tejnis, tehnis, tenbis, tenmis, tenjis, tenhis, tennus, tennjs, tennks, tennos, tenn9s, tenn8s, tenniz, tennix, tenniw, rtennis, trennis, ftennis, tfennis, gtennis, tgennis, ytennis, tyennis, 6tennis, t6ennis, 5tennis, t5ennis, twennis, tewnnis, tsennis, tesnnis, tdennis, tednnis, ternnis, t4ennis, te4nnis, t3ennis, te3nnis, tebnnis, tenbnis, temnnis, tenmnis, tejnnis, tenjnis, tehnnis, tenhnis, tennbis, tennmis, tennjis, tennhis, tennuis, tennius, tennijs, tennkis, tenniks, tennois, tennios, tenn9is, tenni9s, tenn8is, tenni8s, tennias, tennisa, tennizs, tennisz, tennixs, tennisx, tennids, tennisd, tenniws, tennisw, etnnis, tnenis, tennis, tenins, ttennis, teennis, 4ennis, dennis, vennis, uennis, tunnis, tmnnis, tgnnis, te.nis, tefnis, telnis, teonis, ten.is, tenfis, tenlis, tenois, tennys, tennas, tennms, tennhs, tenni3, tenniq, tennir, tennayes, tenneyes, t ennis, te nnis, ten nis, tenn is, tenni s.
Definition of tennis:
- To drive backward and forward, as a ball in playing tennis.
- A play in which a ball is driven to and fro, or kept in motion by striking it with a racket or with the open hand.
- A game played by two or four players with rackets and an elastic ball on a level court divided by a low net.
- A game played with rackets and balls, on a lawn or in an inclosed court of earth or gravel.
- A game in which a ball is driven continually against a wall in a specially constructed court, and caused to rebound beyond a line at a certain distance by several persons striking it alternately with a small bat, called a racket, the object being to keep the ball in motion as long as possible without allowing it to fall to the ground. This game was introduced into England in the thirteenth century; it was very popular with the nobility in the sixteenth century, and continued to be so down to the reign of Charles II. It is still played to some extent in this country and England, but modifications of the game, such as rackets and lawn- tennis, seem now to be in more favor.
- Game played with a ball and rackets.
- A game played by striking a ball with rackets over a net stretched perpendicularly across a space.
- A play, in which a ball is kept in motion by rackets.
- A game in which a ball is driven to and fro with rackets.