Definitions

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  • n. Person who runs naked through a public place as a form of devilment.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone who takes off all their clothes and runs naked through a public place

Etymologies

Agent noun of streak, streak +‎ -er (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • However, this streaker is impressive for another reason ...

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Anybody who thinks a streaker is a sex offender is so dumb they should be banned from breeding.

    Beyond Robson

  • UPDATE: there were a lot of great commercials, but I think top props must be given to Budweiser, first for the 'streaker' ad, and then the "I Die From Teh Cute" award for the 'I won't tell if you won't' commercial, which had me clutching my insulin and howling.

    Superbowl!

  • You can see for yourself at the auction, just search for "streaker" and "bikini".

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Because he failed to maintain Army standards - it is an administrative punishment that often follows a criminal conviction, one that is well documented - the 'streaker' knew what he was doing and what he was risking so where is the problem.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Miss X's mother was a regular 'streaker' at the local football matches, and was proud of her

    TheSpoof.com : Spoof News : Front Page

  • I have seen 2 buck Antelope grazing on the islands in the parking lot of the Wally in Billings Montana, I've seen turkeys roosting on one in Texas and a streaker run though one in my town.

    He Said Wal-Mart, She Said Target

  • Prime among them, of course, being that Bishop had cooled off faster than a streaker in an ice storm.

    The Priest

  • Then he might rival leading streaker Mark Covert of Lancaster, Calif., who started July 23, 1968.

    This runner's streak is alive at 7,788 and counting

  • A streaker may use a treadmill rather than roads or trails, but canes, crutches and pool running are banned.

    This runner's streak is alive at 7,788 and counting

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