The protection will last as long as Winston can still fling the ball 50 yards downfield to a streaking wide receiver.
Dawn was streaking the sky with lemon when a dog jumped sniffing down into our hiding-place.
They answered that challenge from the camp, streaking out from under his hands.
At length, just as the gray light of the morning was streaking the skies, we came in sight of the majestic James river.
I saw her streaking it up the street as soon as the trolley stopped.
Something was streaking across the cloud formation far, far ahead.
All the wood has gone and the winds are streaking the ashes.
Across the campus toward Vanderbilt, Allison and the last Bones man, in tandem, were streaking like water insects.
He kissed her again and whirled the boat about and sent it streaking for the mainland.
Stan looked and saw that Allison was streaking away toward a formation of nine Junkers Ju 87's.
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+)