- n a natural body of running water flowing on or under the earth
- n dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas
two streams of development run through American history
stream of consciousness
- n the act of flowing or streaming; continuous progression
- n something that resembles a flowing stream in moving continuously
a stream of people emptied from the terminal
- n a steady flow of a fluid (usually from natural causes)
the raft floated downstream on the current
he felt a stream of air
the hose ejected a stream of water
- v to extend, wave or float outward, as if in the wind
their manes streamed like stiff black pennants in the wind
- v exude profusely
She was streaming with sweat
His nose streamed blood
- v move in large numbers
- v rain heavily
- v flow freely and abundantly
Tears streamed down her face
- There, he saw a pristine stream that had been ruined by runoff from timber clear cutting.
- But the stream is much more than a trout habitat.
- He told the city's people that he would tear out the jam-packed elevated highway that ran through the heart of Seoul and restore the buried Cheonggyecheon stream a foul urban .
- Hugh Jackman in France24
Cate Blanchett is superwoman ...... she is amazing on every level, I think she is flawless as a person and I am thrilled that she is leading our stream,Jackman said.
- Bill Callahan in Forbes
We've come under a steady stream of criticism,Callahan said. "It's important you stand tall. You'll be the direct target of critics. I understand that. You're in the public eye and in a high position in order to lead. We're going to...
- Stephen Fry in CBC.ca
All this is a way of saying, of course, that my Twitter stream will dry up for that period,said Fry about his numerous posts on the micro-blogging site.