[ UK /tˈa‍ɪdɪŋz/ ]
[ US /ˈtaɪdɪŋz/ ]
  1. information about recent and important events
    they awaited news of the outcome
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How To Use tidings In A Sentence

  • But when he returned to his room to give his other half the glad tidings, the housekeeper, who was listening to the story, interrupted to tell them that she knew of plenty of empty rooms.
  • He brought glad tidings.
  • At the ingate to the Dale he found watches set, the men whereof told him that the tidings were not right great. The Roots of the Mountains; Wherein Is Told Somewhat of the Lives of the Men of Burgdale
  • Of course, the Prince continued to wonder with more than a little trepi - dation how his brother would receive these tidings, but it was a fear he easily suppressed. Mortalis
  • _What_ disaster it was that was thus knelled forth they knew not, and could hardly believe the tidings when given in articulate words. Great Britain and Her Queen
  • ` ` See what tidings that horn tells us of --- to announce, I ween, some hership* and robbery which has been done Ivanhoe
  • This is a day of good tidings, and Montserratians, including this Chief Minister, can be forgiven for luxuriating in this occasion.
  • Much to my dismay I am the bearer of bad tidings: Paramount has made the decision not to include even a single solitary supplement on this disc.
  • I hate to be the bearer of bad tidings, but I'm quite certain life was not meant to be lived through an Excel spreadsheet.
  • My father, being a senior consultant in a busy hospital, dragged us around the wards to spread good tidings to patients and to munch the array of nibbles in the nurses' rooms.
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