Definition of Streamings

1. Noun. (plural of streaming) ¹



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Definition of Streamings

1. streaming [n] - See also: streaming

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Streamings

streamed
streamer
streamer fly
streamers
streamertail
streamertails
streames
streamflow
streamflows
streamful
streamier
streamiest
streaminess
streaming
streamingly
streamings
streamless
streamlet
streamlets
streamlike
streamline
streamline flow
streamlined
streamliner
streamliners
streamlines
streamlining
streams
streamscape
streamscapes

Literary usage of Streamings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. On Riemann's Theory of Algebraic Functions and Their Integrals: A Supplement by Felix Klein (1893)
"Preliminary Determination of steady Streamings on arbitrary Surfaces. We have now before us the task of defining on arbitrary (closed) surfaces, ..."

2. Magnetism by Edwin James Houston, Arthur Edwin Kennelly (1896)
"Then the ether streamings, emerging from the north pole of the magnet, will penetrate the substance of the magnetic needle, and the needle will rotate until ..."

3. Magnetism by Edwin James Houston, Arthur Edwin Kennelly (1896)
"Then the ether streamings, emerging from the north pole of the magnet, will penetrate the substance of the magnetic needle, and the needle will rotate until ..."

4. Investigations on Microscopic Foams and on Protoplasm: Experiments by Otto B├╝tschli, Edward Alfred Minchin (1894)
"That the process described should be produced secondarily by streamings in the surrounding water I consider very improbable. ..."

5. The Wonder Book of the Atmosphere by Edwin James Houston (1907)
"earth's magnetic north pole there are continually issuing magnetic streamings that pass everywhere through the earth's atmosphere, both in the regions near ..."

6. The Wonder Book of the Atmosphere by Edwin James Houston (1907)
"earth's magnetic north pole there are continually issuing magnetic streamings that pass everywhere through the earth's atmosphere, both in the regions near ..."

7. The Hundred Wonders of the World: And of the Three Kingdoms of Nature by Richard Phillips (1821)
"A little after six o'clock, the upper parts of these zones emitted an abundance of red streamings, or rays ; their vivid colour being occasionally ..."

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