tide

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Synonyms for tide

tide someone over

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Synonyms for tide

something suggestive of running water

Synonyms for tide

something that may increase or decrease (like the tides of the sea)

there are usually two high and two low tides each day

rise or move forward

cause to float with the tide

be carried with the tide

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sapidus megalopae only being present in the water column during nocturnal, flooding tides (Welch & Forward 2001).
The lifeboat caught up with the boats at Saltney Ferry Bridge and due to a very high flooding tide had to tow both boats to Chester where they were moored.
Fishing at St Peter's Basin on a flooding tide, the youngsters were soon into fish, taking 20 codling, all around the 1lb mark.
However, as Marvin explained, whereas many flounder fishermen prefer a falling tide, the middle of the flooding tide can be productive, as well.
The boys were playing on the sandbank off Flint Point and in danger of being caught out by a flooding tide.