- a spell or run: a streak of good luck.
- an uninterrupted series: The team had a losing streak of ten games.
- an elongated, narrow, superficial lesion on stems or leaf veins, becoming brown and necrotic.
- any disease characterized by such lesions.
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So the last thing the brand needed was a streaker at its menswear fashion show, which was staged in Milan over the weekend.
Streaker Walks Dolce and Gabbana Runway: Dolce & Gabbana has been through a lot lately.
Streaker, the housemaid, feigned p. 128cheerfulness, but was the greater martyr.
Streaker, the housemaid, too, had an attribute of a most discomfiting nature.
British Dictionary definitions for streaker (1 of 2)
- (of lightning) a sudden flash
- (as modifier)streak lightning
Derived forms of streakstreaked, adjectivestreaker, nounstreaklike, adjective
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Idioms and Phrases with streaker
see like greased lightning (a blue streak); talk someone's arm off (a blue streak); winning streak.