And after dark, at half tide, Uncle Jake and myself worked hard.
It was now about half tide on the flood, and she must have grounded at about half tide on the ebb.
At low tide—or rather, at half tide—may be seen a huge square-headed fissure or cave quite through a portion of La Fauconnaire.
Midway across is the Britannia Rock, just visible at half tide.
It was still more than half tide when they approached the rocks, and with a fair wind there should be ease in landing.
When she was safely installed we dismissed the boys till the half tide.
I have been waiting here since half tide and there's nothing doing.
It is very well situated and could not be attacked by land for it is surrounded by water at half tide.
The salmon cross the wall at high water, but are cut off from the sea at half tide and are speared while there.
It is a risky matter going through the bridge, I tell you, at half tide.