streak

Part of speech: verb

To mark with a streak; stripe.

Part of speech: noun

A long, narrow mark, line, or stripe.

Part of speech: noun

A vein; trace; dash.

Part of speech: adjective

Streaked.

Part of speech: adjective

Streaky.

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Usage examples "streak":

  1. At the first streak of dawn Lyon was up- all activity and anticipation- to open the battle. - "The Struggle for Missouri", John McElroy.
  2. They make a red streak over the dark- gray stones. - "The Wit of a Duck and Other Papers", John Burroughs.
  3. That child over there by the doorway- there in the streak o' sush- shine. - "The Heart of the Range", William Patterson White.