striated condition or appearance.
a stria; one of many parallel striae.
Geology. any of a number of scratches or parallel grooves on the surface of a rock, resulting from the action of moving ice, as of a glacier.
Cell Biology. any of the alternating light and dark crossbands that are visible in certain muscle fibers, especially of voluntary muscles, and are produced by the distribution of contractile proteins.
an arrangement or pattern of striae
the condition of being striate
another word for stria (sense 1)
striation stri·a·tion (strī-ā’shən)
The state of being striated or having striae.
One of multiple, usually parallel grooves or scratches on a rock surface, produced by abrasion associated with glacial movement, stream flow, a geologic fault, or meteoric impact. See more at glacial striation, shatter cone, slickenside.
- Striate vein
striate vein n. Either of the thalamostriate veins: inferior thalamostriate and superior thalamostriate.
- String together
Compose, assemble, as in There’s more to devising an effective slogan than stringing together some words. This expression alludes to threading beads on a string. [ First half of 1800s ]
noun 1. line trimmer. line trimmer noun 1. a gardening device used to trim the edges of lawns by means of a rapidly rotating motor-driven flexible wire or cord.
- String variable
noun 1. (computing) data on which arithmetical operations will not be performed