ebbing[ eb ]SEE DEFINITION OF ebbing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EBBING
Lingard followed her on the edge of the sand uncovered by the ebbing tide.
While the cannon were flashing he drifted with the ebbing tide.
The beauty of the ebbing night caught at his sleeve, but the dawn held him back.
It was the same proposition as Ebbing had reported the delegate offered.
They had suddenly begun to throb, poor things, with alarm at the ebbing hours.
He smiled as though at peace, and yet the life-blood was ebbing slowly away.
Although she was only about twenty-nine years of age, her life was ebbing away.
Because her savings were ebbing fast, and she had not yet been able to find employment.
The ebbing of the tide, or reflow of the waters, which have been pressed back.
For a time, they milled about, wading through the ebbing flood.