And of course, the cars that we mostly know them for: streamlined, a little stodgy, and very much of their era.
It remains a Blu-ray player, however, and the experience has been streamlined from the PS3.
Schultz agreed that mining regulations should be streamlined.
Fearing mass arrests, Tampa authorities had set up a streamlined processing system at the county jail.
Look no further than Marbel, the record-setting, streamlined electric skateboard that weighs less than 10lbs.
They were long and streamlined or short and round, or they were curved like gondolas or squat like saucers.
The flat, streamlined bulk of a flying machine, shiny and new.
The German “drachen” was badly “streamlined,” that is to say, its shape offered great resistance to the wind.
That's just streamlined muscle you're looking at, sweetheart!
A streamlined bus flashed silver and dwindled to a spot in the distance.
1913, "give a streamline form to," from streamline (n.). From 1936 in the extended sense of "simplify and organize." Related: Streamlined; streamlining.
Note: A “streamlined” design is one in which objects that move through a gas or liquid are shaped to match these lines, and therefore reduce the energy required to produce that motion.