- the inflow of the tide; rising tide.
Origin of flood tide
Related Words for flood tideflood
Examples from the Web for flood tide
Contemporary Examples of flood tide
May the muse alight upon her brow and may the flood-tide of inspiration swell within her as she sharpens her quill.There Was a Young Man Named Obama
December 28, 2008
Historical Examples of flood tide
Should the movement come from him there might be no flood-tide.
Flood-tide had long come when we anchored opposite the old camp.
Ebb and flow and flood-tide have become as difficult as Sanskrit synonyms for me.
Eighteen hundred and sixty-three was flood-tide on the Comstock.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete
Albert Bigelow Paine
In every department, therefore, there was a flood-tide of effort.For the Sake of the School
- The period between low tide and high tide, during which water flows toward the shore. Compare ebb tide. See more at tide.