It was clear to me that at least at the end of his life the Dionysian streak was trying to get out.
They never held the House and rarely held the Senate during that streak of presidential wins.
It has long been feared that Obama had an anti-British streak running through him.
In fact, she knew the correct answer 92 percent of the time she buzzed in during her 20-game streak.
In fact, the original Burroughs books possess a clear “green” streak that now seems quite prescient.
There will be fried chicken for dinner and ice-cream—mixed, maybe, chocolate and vanella, and p'raps a streak of strawb'ry.
Now we'll see a ding-dong finish, if the Black doesn't show a streak of yellow.
Alanson Black was a harsh man, but he had a soft streak in him—a streak which had been much developed of late.
With the first streak of day, the Doctor was up to reconnoitre the position of the enemy.
A streak of sweat cut through his pancake makeup as the camera came in for a closeup.
Old English strica "line of motion, stroke of a pen" (related to strican "pass over lightly," see strike), from Proto-Germanic *strikon (cf. Middle Low German streke "stroke, line," Old High German, German strich, Gothic striks "stroke, line"), from PIE root *streig- (see strigil). Sense of "long, thin mark" is first found 1567. Meaning "a temporary run (of luck)" is from 1843.
A line, stripe, smear, or band differentiated by color or texture from its surroundings.
: The students did a streak across the square
To run naked in public (1973+)