streaky

[stree-kee]
adjective, streakier, streakiest.
1.
occurring in streaks or a streak.
2.
marked with or characterized by streaks.
3.
varying or uneven in quality.

Origin:
1660–70; streak + -y1

streakily, adverb
streakiness, noun
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streaky (ˈstriːkɪ)
 
adj , streakier, streakiest
1.  marked with streaks
2.  occurring in streaks
3.  (of bacon) having alternate layers of meat and fat
4.  of varying or uneven quality
 
'streakily
 
adv
 
'streakiness
 
n

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Example sentences
He's not a consistent shooter, more on the streaky side.
Has become a streaky putter over the past couple of years, but could be
  extremely dangerous if he gets hot.
He's gotten a reputation as a streaky player, but he's as good as anyone when
  he's hot.
The streaky tease, however, is coming on after once again tinkering with his
  stance.
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