Synonyms of stream in English:

stream


See definition of stream

noun

1‘a mountain stream’

SYNONYMS
brook, rivulet, rill, runnel, streamlet, freshet
river, watercourse
tributary
British winterbourne
Scottish, Northern English burn
Northern English beck
British dialect bourn
North American, Australian, New Zealand creek
Australian billabong, anabranch
technical influent, confluent
rare rillet, brooklet, runlet

2‘he was scalded by a stream of boiling water’

SYNONYMS
jet, flow, rush, gush, surge, spurt, spout, torrent, flood, cascade, fountain, outpouring, outflux, outflow, effusion
current
technical efflux

3‘a steady stream of visitors’

SYNONYMS
succession, series, string, chain
barrage, volley, battery
flood, avalanche, torrent, tide, spate
ANTONYMS

trickle


verb

1‘tears were streaming down her face’

SYNONYMS
flow, pour, course, run, gush, surge, spurt, flood, cascade, sluice
slide, spill, slip, glide, trickle
well

2‘children streamed out of the classrooms’

SYNONYMS
pour, surge, flood, swarm, pile, crowd, throng

3‘a flag streamed from the mast’

SYNONYMS
flutter, float, flap, fly, blow, waft
wave, swing, undulate, ripple
ANTONYMS

dangle