noun, plural stri·ae [strahy-ee]. /ˈstraɪ i/.
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Origin of stria
Example sentences from the Web for stria
From this rim shelved down a smooth and polished base, marked with fine vertical striae.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
On the posterior margins of several operculars the striae break up into tubercles.
Ornamentation of the angular consists of tubercles and longitudinal or oblique striae, occurring mostly on the expanded portion.
It is essential that the condenser be white and limpid and free from defects or striae.
It must be clear, without striae, and there must be no strains in it, resulting from the final stirring and cooling.America's Munitions 1917-1918|Benedict Crowell