Though the red tide is rising, overconfidence can swamp even the best campaign strategists.
The red tide of slaughter surged up to the very walls of the Palace.
Were not his veins thrilling with the rich, red tide of youth?
But that was before the battle, before a red tide of broken men had flowed into the dressing station at the Calhoun house.
Despite herself, as she spoke the words a red tide dyed her face.
For the red tide of war swept over Athenry more than once, and left it but smoking ruins.
There was no red tide this time, nor ever again whilst the interview lasted.
I am sick at heart to think of what may happen to this little village if the red tide of war rolls over it.
He had told her that she talked like a woman in asking him to die rather than let the red tide flow on.
The floating skulkers hover at the edge of the red tide of conflict.
|red tide |
A population explosion of certain species of dinoflagellates, a kind of protozoan found in plankton. The dinoflagellates color the water red or reddish-brown and secrete a toxin that kills fish. Red tide usually occurs in warm coastal waters.
A woman's menstrual period: down with the red tide