At one o'clock, when advanced five miles above the elbow, the ebb tide made; and the wind being unfavourable, we landed to dine.
The ebb tide had run out, and the waters were beginning to rise again.
With a favorable breeze and an ebb tide we soon passed the bar, and entered upon the broad ocean.
And then, at the ebb tide, we were walking up a street that parallels and parodies Broadway.
I think we can use the ebb tide of our energies best in that way.
The Democratic Party had reached the ebb tide of its disastrous fortunes.
A schooner filled with brick got caught by the ebb tide and laid down on us in the open draw.
Off St. Catherine's they met the ebb tide, and as the wind was light and dead aft the progress to the Nab was slow.
He had only to send one of his servants in one of the small boats and two hours after ebb tide he brought it back full.
Wyndham was wanted at home, the ebb tide was running and a mailboat was due to call at Takana lagoon.