Definition of streel in English:

streel

noun

Irish
  • A disreputable, untidy person, especially a woman.

    ‘her daughter will not appear in St John's looking like a streel’

verb

[NO OBJECT]Irish
  • 1 Wander aimlessly.

    ‘youngsters streeling through the house’
    • ‘The group dumped their arms, and streeled back to their homes, though many of them never got that far, for the government seized thousands and clapped them into jail.’
    • ‘She had earrings like chandeliers; and a yellow satin train that streeled after her like the tail of a cornet.’
    wander, rove, ramble, meander, drift, maunder
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    1. 1.1[with object]Trail or drag (something)
      ‘children streeling bits of coloured cloth’
      • ‘On impulse, she tightly took hold of his forearm to streel him out of the school and onto the student veranda.’

Origin

Early 19th century: from Irish s(t)raoill(e) untidy or awkward person.

Pronunciation:

streel

/striːl/