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low tide

noun as in tide when water is lowest

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Sandy Point, with its minuscule parking lot, is sprawling at low tide, a spit of sand that extends nearly as far as the eye can see.

Though it was low tide, waves lapped against the base of the boulder wall fortifying Tony Ditty’s beachfront Oceanside home on a misty Wednesday morning.

At low tide, intertidal mussel beds provide a moist, cool habitat.

Then head out to hit surf breaks and, at low tide, a cave that leads to a secluded beach.

Most reefs are in the shallow waters near the coast, and would be slicked with oil during low tides.

From Time

Her first book, the novel Low Tide, was published in 1985, when Eberstadt was 25.

They climbed another dune, and came upon the great gray sea at low tide.

On the bottom of the bay, near low tide, we begin to find some sand produced by the grinding action.

The smell of wild thyme mingling with the salt of the low-tide seaweed conveyed stimulating fragrance.

They had dug some clams at the low tide in the forenoon and put them away, covered with wet seaweed.

"I would a great deal rather go across in a mail steamer at low tide than in any other way," said Rollo.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to low tide, such as: dead low tide, dead low water, ebb tide, low ebb, low water, and mean low water.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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