At Zierikzee, in Zeeland, a whale has been stranded by a high tide and a gale of wind.
Hermannstadt, however, marked the high tide of Rumanian victory.
Where is its current, where are the waves, when does the high tide rush in from the sea?
We should enjoy it to the fullest, but we should remember that for every high tide there is a low ebb.
But at high tide there was no limit to his aspirations, nor to his courage.
The high tide of his spirits was only the sparkle of his excitement.
It was high tide at the time, and she was rapidly carried away by the stream.
It was high tide, and there was deep water on three sides of the Cob.
I had struck him at the high tide of one of these intervals.
It was high tide, you know, and I was swept out so far I should have been drowned but for him.