"But it was high water then, and now it's the ebby tide," he told himself.
This high water,” said Gordon, “has kept you back considerably.
High water floods all of them, and the infection goes with the tide.
The first point to be ascertained is the time of high water.
It's just high water now—the highest, fullest tide of the month.
When the high water came in the spring, the sofa went sailing.
"Ye could have been stopped at the Crossing by high water, you silly," said the girl.
To the coasting sailor the question of the day is the time of high water.
She had run on a sandbar in the fog and was compelled to stay there for high water to get off.
Maybe they can give me the latest news about high water down the river.