Stream - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas (syn: current, flow)
stream of consciousness
- something that resembles a flowing stream in moving continuously (syn: flow)
he felt a stream of air
the hose ejected a stream of water
His nose streamed blood
- rain heavily (syn: pelt, pour)
- flow freely and abundantly
A stream flows through the field.
Tears streamed down his cheeks.
I could feel the cold air streaming in through the crack in the window.
Sunlight was streaming in through the window.
His face streamed with sweat.
People streamed into the hall.
Immigrants streamed into the country.
Hundreds of letters streamed in from listeners.
The doors opened and the audience began to stream out.
She stood in the doorway, tears streaming down her face.
A steady stream of visitors came to the house.
A stream of cold air rushed through the open door.
Kim's in the top stream.
Water came streaming out of the burst pipe.
Tears streamed down her cheeks.
present participle: streaming
past tense: streamed
past participle: streamed
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