Streak [noun]

Definition of Streak:

vein, line; small part

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Sentence/Example of Streak:

Now we'll see a ding-dong finish, if the Black doesn't show a streak of yellow.

With the first streak of day, the Doctor was up to reconnoitre the position of the enemy.

They're not senseless brutes; they have a streak of man's intelligence.

She's good enough, I guess, and she can play the piano like a streak, but she's a fool.

At length she became aware of a streak of light on the119 floor.

There was a streak of blood over his left eyebrow, and no other sign of injury.

He straightened his arm, and his steel went out like a streak of lightning.

But with the first streak of dawn he led the way, the rest following.

He was all Indian now; the streak of smoky white man was engulfed.

Where have you hidden this streak of impudence all these weeks?