[ US /ˈtaɪd/ ]
[ UK /tˈaɪd/ ]
[ UK /tˈaɪd/ ]
something that may increase or decrease (like the tides of the sea)
a rising tide of popular interest
- the periodic rise and fall of the sea level under the gravitational pull of the moon
- there are usually two high and two low tides each day
rise or move forward
- be carried with the tide
- cause to float with the tide
How To Use tide In A Sentence
- At the beginning of the protest, Aristide partisans attacked demonstrators, hitting one with a rock and shooting another.
- The best adequacy for EA was obtained by combinations of imipenem/cilastatin or piperacillin/tazobactam, amikacin and a glycopeptide, with values reaching 99% and 94%, respectively. BioMed Central - Latest articles
- I'm not sure what Laurie from Manly Dorm might be referring to as hate mongering (although I see that talking about secession is divisive), but I'd like to point out it's not hateful to say the Bush administration is antidemocratic, plutocratic and militarily adventuristic. American Coastopia!
- The high tide of adaptationism floated a motley navy, but it may now be on the ebb. Adaptationism
- The nia nucleotide sequences were compared among Fusarium species representative of different lineages.
- No matter what the approach, drastic measures are needed to stem the latest tide of Yanqui imperialism.
- He eyed the coming tide with an absorbed attention.
- This dominion not only extends over the open seas, but also over all creeks, arms of the sea, havens, ports, and tide-rivers, as far as the reach of the tide, around the coasts of the kingdom.
- While deposits continue to disappoint, more such episodes are as inevitable as the ebb and flow of the tide. Times, Sunday Times
- The production of a visceral-specific anti-peptide antibody should permit a further investigation of its expression in smooth muscle cells.