streamy

[ stree-mee ]
/ ˈstri mi /

adjective, stream·i·er, stream·i·est.

abounding in streams or watercourses: streamy meadows.
flowing in a stream; streaming.

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Origin of streamy

First recorded in 1400–50, streamy is from the late Middle English word stremy. See stream, -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM streamy

stream·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for streamy

streamy
/ (ˈstriːmɪ) /

adjective streamier or streamiest mainly poetic

(of an area, land, etc) having many streams
flowing or streaming

Derived forms of streamy

streaminess, noun
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