Definition of Streamers

1. Noun. (plural of streamer) ¹



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Definition of Streamers

1. streamer [n] - See also: streamer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Streamers

streaks
streaks it
streaky
streaky bacon
stream
stream cipher
stream of consciousness
stream orchid
streamable
streambed
streambeds
streame
streamed
streamer
streamer fly
streamers
streamertail
streamertails
streames
streamflow
streamflows
streamful
streamier
streamiest
streaminess
streaming
streamingly
streamings
streamless
streamlet

Literary usage of Streamers

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1. A Thousand Days in the Arctic by Frederick George Jackson (1899)
"2 AM Faint streamers from zenith to 5° above W. horizon. 4. ... 10 PM Corona in zenith, streamers radiating from it to between ENE and WSW (through E. and ..."

2. A Thousand Days in the Arctic by Frederick George Jackson (1899)
"10 PM Corona in zenith, streamers radiating from it to between ENE and WSW ... Short streamers extended 3° from zenith to other portions of heavens. ..."

3. A Thousand Days in the Arctic by Frederick George Jackson (1899)
"2 AM Streamers at W. and NE 4. Streamers at SW Faint corona in zenith. MDN. ... M. Streamers over whole of heavens ; corona. 4. Faint streamers NE to SW 6. ..."

4. The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1871)
"There was a small tendency at intervale to a display of streamers, ... The most brilliant Bets of streamers had their centres passing through these stars, ..."

5. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy by Royal Irish Academy (1837)
"and presented part of an arch based upon the upper part of another,—this latter throwing out singularly brilliant coruscating streamers towards the zenith, ..."

6. Elements of Meteorology, with Questions for Examination, Designed for by John Brocklesby (1869)
"Streamers. Although the luminous arch preserves, in the main, ... The origin of the streamers is in the luminous arch, from which they rise in the form of ..."

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