from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Bearing streaks.
- adj. Marred with streaks.
- adj. uncomfortable; out of sorts.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of streak.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Marked or variegated with stripes.
- adj. Uncomfortable; out of sorts.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Striped; striate; having streaks or stripes; especially, having lengthwise streaks, as distinguished from crosswise bands, bars, or fasciæ.
- Confused; ashamed: agitated; alarmed.
- n. In geology, noting a flow-structure in some igneous rocks marked by parallelism of discontinuous layers.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. marked with or as if with stripes or linear discolorations
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Until the day a fiery thing streaked from the sky.
As the ambassador and captain watched, a beam of light streaked from the earth ship toward the asteroid.
Semin streaked out of the penalty box with 3: 12 left in the second, darted down the right wing and forced Huet to brush aside his backhander.
At the 13: 26 mark, Guerin streaked along the right boards and ripped a slap shot over Kolzig's catching glove to give Dallas a
But when he tried to swing a golf club, pain streaked up his arm.
And since my hubs believes there is nothing more beautiful and perfect than a woman’s body (even one sporting saggy A cups, a dimpled backside, skin streaked with stretch marks and let’s not forget the roll around the middle) getting a tattoo would defile this beauty.
I remember the night in the 1970s when Kevin Benstead "streaked" after the "Bad News Bears" let out.
Maybe that’s still common but no kid would be getting their hair colored or streaked, which is possible today.
I "streaked" out of the toilet, glad to leave my troubles behind me, which was ironic given that in the toilet it was my troubles behind me that led to a lifetime phobia of latrines.
It wasn't just his speed that justifies the verb "streaked," of course.