The Collaborative International Dictionary
Streel \Streel\, v. i. [Cf. Stroll.]
To trail along; to saunter or be drawn along, carelessly,
swaying in a kind of zigzag motion. [Colloq.]
Etymology 1 n. A disreputable woman, a slut. Etymology 2
vb. (context colloquial English) To trail along; to saunter or be drawn along, carelessly, swaying in a kind of zigzag motion.
Streel may refer to the following people
- José Streel, a Belgian journalist and supporter of Rexism
- Marc Streel, a Belgian racing cyclist
- Streels of Urtah, a location in the fantasy novels Shardik and Maia by Richard Adams
Usage examples of "streel".
Streeling and the oceans of Sleep, Dream, and Peace, still open and glowing with an exuberance of decaying algae, Daneel watched the ship captained by Mors Planch rise above the domed surface of Trantor until it vanished in the thick layer of clouds.
University of Streeling, as per the Meritocrat and Palace Treaty of two centuries ago.
This led halfway across a district where goods were housed before distribution to retail shops, agoras, and markets around Streeling and the Imperial Sector.
People jammed the sidewalks, and yellow cabs roared over the streels without regard to traffic lanes or bicyclists or human life, and no one seemed to see anyone else, as if each person was inalienably alone and liked it that way, or at least was used to it.
At Streeling, High Council members could solicit him, pressure groups could penetrate the makeshift privacy of the Math Department, and of course the Emperor could blossom in the air at any time.