Streak and Slab

Streak

Streak noun - A line or long narrow section differing in color from the background.

Slab and streak are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Slab" instead a noun "Streak".

Nearby Words: streaked, streaky, streaking, streaker

Slab

Slab noun - Block consisting of a thick piece of something.
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Synonyms for Slab

Streak and slab are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Streak" instead a noun "Slab".

How words are described

long long streak long slab
mean mean streak mean slab
single single streak single slab
large large streak large slab
Other adjectives: big, huge, black, hot, legendary.
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