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verb as in make a line on


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The Democratic candidate has won Minnesota in 11 straight presidential elections, the longest active streak in the country.

Now, “We’ve had two separate six-day winning streaks in the same month—that’s never happened in the history of August,” he tells Fortune.

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This year, as many states stopped sending teams to help seniors vote, his nursing home was on coronavirus lockdown and his streak was in jeopardy.

Look closer still and you will see streaks of darkness cutting through the haze.

The last thing he wants is for his “68-year streak,” as he proudly calls it, to end in November.

Miller traces his irreverent and subversive streak to a psychedelic experience during the particularly sweltering summer of 1991.

It was clear to me that at least at the end of his life the Dionysian streak was trying to get out.

Was the blackface scene with Gene Wilder in Silver Streak an important step in how American audiences view minstrelsy?

In fact, the original Burroughs books possess a clear “green” streak that now seems quite prescient.

In fact, she knew the correct answer 92 percent of the time she buzzed in during her 20-game streak.

But few knew of this her literary streak, as her mother styled it, for she dreaded any publicity.

This bird also has a whitish streak over the eye, which seems wanting in A. streperus.

When they had toiled up the bank to a level stretch, he let the roadster out, and they went through Frog Tanks like a red streak.

Sin Sin Wa followed, nearly closing the first door, so that only a faint streak of light crept down to them.

Lance reduced the speed, and the Blue Streak began to move shoreward.

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On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to streak, such as: band, bar, beam, dash, element, and hint.

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