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streaky

[ stree-kee ]
/ ˈstri ki /
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adjective, streak·i·er, streak·i·est.
occurring in streaks or a streak.
marked with or characterized by streaks.
varying or uneven in quality.
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Origin of streaky

First recorded in 1660–70; streak + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM streaky

streak·i·ly, adverbstreak·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for streaky

streaky
/ (ˈstriːkɪ) /

adjective streakier or streakiest
marked with streaks
occurring in streaks
(of bacon) having alternate layers of meat and fat
of varying or uneven quality

Derived forms of streaky

streakily, adverbstreakiness, noun
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