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  • They then had a six-game winning streak to move into the top four.
  • It has brown upper parts with a white under part with dark streaks.
  • Streaks started at the end of one season are carried over into the following season.
  • They also began and ended the season with four-game winning streaks.
  • The effect is also sometimes known as light streaks or just as the star effect.
  • She had to cut her hair short and sport red streaks for her role.
  • His eyes are different colors and he has a white streak in his hair.
  • This is a list of teams that have active post-season series win streaks.
  • They had three different three game win streaks throughout the season.
  • In certain cases, teams have held a winning streak of several years or have won multiple times.
  • Johnson won his third consecutive race; he has the last two such streaks.
  • A student finally agreed, and with only his head covered, streaked across the campus.
  • The species has been noted for its wood, which is bright yellow with dark brown streaks.
  • The family appeared to have a strong streak of depression running through it.
  • More than likely they streaked through for all they were worth. Cited from The Rover Boys in the Air, by Edward Stratemeyer
  • They may just have a streak or spot of another color.
  • He might originally have been of your color, but now he's streaked with yellow. Cited from The Heart of the Desert, by Honore' Willsie Morrow
  • This was followed by a seven match winning streak between rounds five and twelve.
  • They went on a streak of five straight come-from-behind wins.
  • In addition, she had seven game scoring streaks twice during the season.
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Meaning of streak

  • noun An unbroken series of events
    had a streak of bad luck, Nicklaus had a run of birdies
  • noun A distinctive characteristic
    he has a stubborn streak, a streak of wildness
  • noun A sudden flash (as of lightning)
  • verb Move quickly in a straight line
    The plane streaked across the sky
  • verb Run naked in a public place