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Scream vs. Stream

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Screamnoun

A loud, emphatic, exclamation of extreme emotion, especially horror, fear, excitement; it may comprise a word or a sustained, high-pitched vowel sound.

Streamnoun

A small river; a large creek; a body of moving water confined by banks.

Screamnoun

(music) A form of singing associated with the metal and screamo styles of music. It is a loud, rough, distorted version of the voice; rather than the normal voice of the singer.

Streamnoun

A thin connected passing of a liquid through a lighter gas (e.g. air).

‘He poured the milk in a thin stream from the jug to the glass.’;

Screamnoun

(informal) Used as an intensifier

‘We had a real scream of a time at the beach.’;

Streamnoun

Any steady flow or succession of material, such as water, air, radio signal or words.

‘Her constant nagging was to him a stream of abuse.’;

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Screamnoun

(printers' slang) exclamation mark

Streamnoun

All moving waters.

Screamverb

To cry out with a shrill voice; to utter a sudden, sharp outcry, or shrill, loud cry, as in fright or extreme pain; to shriek; to screech.

Streamnoun

(computing) A source or repository of data that can be read or written only sequentially.

Screamverb

To move quickly; to race.

‘''He almost hit a pole, the way he came screaming down the hill.’;

Streamnoun

(figurative) A particular path, channel, division, or way of proceeding.

‘Haredi Judaism is a stream of Orthodox Judaism characterized by rejection of modern secular culture.’;

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Screamverb

To cry out with a shrill voice; to utter a sudden, sharp outcry, or shrill, loud cry, as in fright or extreme pain; to shriek; to screech.

‘I heard the owl scream and the crickets cry.’; ‘And scream thyself as none e'er screamed before.’;

Streamnoun

A division of a school year by perceived ability.

‘All of the bright kids went into the A stream, but I was in the B stream.’;

Screamnoun

A sharp, shrill cry, uttered suddenly, as in terror or in pain; a shriek; a screech.

Streamverb

(intransitive) To flow in a continuous or steady manner, like a liquid.

Screamnoun

sharp piercing cry;

‘her screaming attracted the neighbors’;

Streamverb

To extend; to stretch out with a wavy motion; to float in the wind.

‘A flag streams in the wind.’;

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Screamnoun

a high-pitched noise resembling a human cry;

‘he ducked at the screechings of shells’; ‘he heard the scream of the brakes’;

Streamverb

(Internet) To push continuous data (e.g. music) from a server to a client computer while it is being used (played) on the client.

Screamnoun

a joke that seems extremely funny

Streamnoun

A current of water or other fluid; a liquid flowing continuously in a line or course, either on the earth, as a river, brook, etc., or from a vessel, reservoir, or fountain; specifically, any course of running water; as, many streams are blended in the Mississippi; gas and steam came from the earth in streams; a stream of molten lead from a furnace; a stream of lava from a volcano.

Screamverb

utter a sudden loud cry;

‘she cried with pain when the doctor inserted the needle’; ‘I yelled to her from the window but she couldn't hear me’;

Streamnoun

A beam or ray of light.

Screamverb

utter or declare in a very loud voice;

‘You don't have to yell--I can hear you just fine’;

Streamnoun

Anything issuing or moving with continued succession of parts; as, a stream of words; a stream of sand.

Screamverb

make a loud, piercing sound;

‘Fighter planes are screaming through the skies’;

Streamnoun

A continued current or course; as, a stream of weather.

Streamnoun

Current; drift; tendency; series of tending or moving causes; as, the stream of opinions or manners.

Streamverb

To issue or flow in a stream; to flow freely or in a current, as a fluid or whatever is likened to fluids; as, tears streamed from her eyes.

‘Beneath those banks where rivers stream.’;

Streamverb

To pour out, or emit, a stream or streams.

‘A thousand suns will stream on thee.’;

Streamverb

To issue in a stream of light; to radiate.

Streamverb

To extend; to stretch out with a wavy motion; to float in the wind; as, a flag streams in the wind.

Streamverb

To send forth in a current or stream; to cause to flow; to pour; as, his eyes streamed tears.

‘It may so please that she at length will streamSome dew of grace into my withered heart.’;

Streamverb

To mark with colors or embroidery in long tracts.

‘The herald's mantle is streamed with gold.’;

Streamverb

To unfurl.

Streamnoun

a natural body of running water flowing on or under the earth

Streamnoun

dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas;

‘two streams of development run through American history’; ‘stream of consciousness’; ‘the flow of thought’; ‘the current of history’;

Streamnoun

a steady flow (usually from natural causes);

‘the raft floated downstream on the current’; ‘he felt a stream of air’;

Streamnoun

the act of flowing or streaming; continuous progression

Streamnoun

something that resembles a flowing stream in moving continuously;

‘a stream of people emptied from the terminal’; ‘the museum had planned carefully for the flow of visitors’;

Streamverb

to extend, wave or float outward, as if in the wind;

‘their manes streamed like stiff black pennants in the wind’;

Streamverb

exude profusely;

‘She was streaming with sweat’; ‘His nose streamed blood’;

Streamverb

move in large numbers;

‘people were pouring out of the theater’; ‘beggars pullulated in the plaza’;

Streamverb

rain heavily;

‘Put on your rain coat-- it's pouring outside!’;

Streamverb

flow freely and abundantly;

‘Tears streamed down her face’;

Streamnoun

a small, narrow river

‘a perfect trout stream’;

Streamnoun

a continuous flow of liquid, air, or gas

‘Frank blew out a stream of smoke’; ‘the blood gushed out in scarlet streams’;

Streamnoun

a mass of people or things moving continuously in the same direction

‘there is a steady stream of visitors’;

Streamnoun

a large number of things that happen or come one after the other

‘a woman screamed a stream of abuse’;

Streamnoun

a continuous flow of data or instructions, typically one having a constant or predictable rate.

Streamnoun

a continuous flow of video and audio material transmitted or received over the Internet.

Streamnoun

a group in which schoolchildren of the same age and ability are taught.

‘children in the top streams’;

Streamverb

(of liquid, air, gas, etc.) run or flow in a continuous current in a specified direction

‘she sat with tears streaming down her face’; ‘sunlight streamed through the windows’;

Streamverb

(of a mass of people or things) move in a continuous flow in a specified direction

‘he was watching the taxis streaming past’;

Streamverb

run with tears, sweat, or other liquid

‘I woke up in the night, streaming with sweat’; ‘his mouth was streaming blood’; ‘my eyes were streaming’;

Streamverb

(of hair, clothing, etc.) float or wave at full extent in the wind

‘her black cloak streamed behind her’;

Streamverb

transmit or receive (data, especially video and audio material) over the Internet as a steady, continuous flow.

Streamverb

put (schoolchildren) in groups of the same age and ability to be taught together.

‘in the coming school year, we were to be streamed’;

Stream

A stream is a body of water with surface water flowing within the bed and banks of a channel. The flow of a stream is controlled by three inputs – surface water, subsurface water and groundwater.

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