It is narrow; outside the double tide of traffic roared and jostled.
This has nothing to do with the double tide; that comes after high–water.
This great eddy, or reflux, is called the double–tide; and an awkward power it has for any poor vessel to fall into.
A double tide of armed men was now pouring into Southern Natal.
An hourly register of the barometer, kept day and night, indicated a double tide in the column of mercury.