Definition of stream:
- A current of water or of a liquid; anything issuing or proceeding in a line or continuous body, as gas, air, light, a multitude of people, & c.; a river; anything moving onwards in a continuous course.
- To move onwards in a continous course; to flow, as a liquid; to pour out in abundance; to pour; to send forth.
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- "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.
- "The Blue Flower, and Others", Henry van Dyke.
- "East Lynne", Mrs. Henry Wood.