Chunk and Streak

Chunk

Chunk noun - A considerable amount.
Usage example: that new sports car must have cost a real chunk of change

Streak is an antonym for chunk.

Nearby Words: chunky, chunked, chunking

Streak

Streak noun - A very small amount.
Usage example: there's just a streak of stubbornness in that child

Chunk is an antonym for streak.

Nearby Words: streaked, streaky, streaking, streaker

How words are described

good good chunk good streak
large large chunk large streak
big big chunk big streak
serious serious chunk serious streak
Other adjectives: huge, little, bad, major, wide.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Hawken You get a little bonus XP for keeping a streak up long-term - but anyone who ends your streak will get a nice chunk of bonus XP themselves, rewarding pilots for staying alive and 'headhunting' those with large streaks.
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