stream

Part of speech: verb

To pour or flow forth in a stream; move in continuous succession; float with a waving movement, as a flag.

Part of speech: noun

A current or flow of water or other fluid.

Part of speech: noun

Anything continuously flowing, moving, or passing, as people.

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Usage examples "stream":

  1. These added to what I know of her life, are enough to assure me of her safe passage over the dark stream. - "Memoirs of Mrs. Rebecca Steward", T. G. Steward.
  2. Out of his mouth poured a stream of blood. - "Essays on Russian Novelists", William Lyon Phelps.
  3. After that they passed on down stream, and Tom and I went our way. - "The Story of Antony Grace", George Manville Fenn.