Syn. See Way.
(Street"walk`er) n. A common prostitute who walks the streets to find customers.
(Street"ward`) n. An officer, or ward, having the care of the streets. [Obs.] Cowell.
(Street"ward) a. Facing toward the street.
Their little streetward sitting room.Tennyson.
(Streight) a., n., & adv. See 2nd Strait. [Obs.]
(Streight"en) v. t. See Straiten. [Obs.]
(Strein) v. t. To strain. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Streit) a. [See Stretch.] Drawn. [Obs.]
Pyrrhus with his streite sword.Chaucer.
(Streit), a. Close; narrow; strict. [Obs.] See Strait.
(Streite), adv. Narrowly; strictly; straitly. [Obs.]
(Strel"itz) n. sing. & pl. [Russ. strieliéts' a shooter, archer.] A soldier of the ancient Muscovite
guard or Russian standing army; also, the guard itself.
(||Stre*litz"i*a) n. [NL., named after Charlotte, Princess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, and queen of
George III of Great Britain.] (Bot.) A genus of plants related to the banana, found at the Cape of Good
Hope. They have rigid glaucous distichous leaves, and peculiar richly colored flowers.
(Strene) n. [OE. stren, streen, streon, AS. gestriénan, gestrnan, gestreónan, to beget, to obtain,
gestreón gain, wealth; akin to OHG. striunan to gain. Cf. Strian race, family.] Race; offspring; stock; breed; strain.
(Stren"ger Stren"gest) , the original compar. & superl. of Strong. [Obs.]
Two of us shall strenger be than one.Chaucer.