He is a Leaguer out and out—one who would rise to fortune on the flood tide of the mob?
A crimson wave flew to her face—a flood tide of humiliation.
We waited until the turn, then getting inside the outer fleet of icebergs we paddled up with the flood tide.
The fishing is done on the flood tide, mostly, but often at the last of the ebb.
However, I set the big jib and topsail, because I wanted to clear the banks before the flood tide made.
The Lewis and Clark Centennial then is the flood tide of opportunity.
We proceeded on with the flood tide, cheered by the passing scene.
Now the flood tide does not run through the bridge at right angles to the span.
He also remembered that in another hour or less the flood tide would come creeping back across the dreary waste.
At flood tide they will be found in the channel, but at ebb they seek some deep hole.