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Definitions of tide:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To pour a tide or flood: to work in or out of a river or harbor with the tide.

part of speech: noun

Time: season: the regular flux and reflux or rising and falling of the sea: course: a tide, time, or season: commotion: turning- point.

part of speech: verb

To drive with the stream; to work in or out of a harbour or stream by favour of the tide.

part of speech: verb transitive

To be moved, as a ship, by drifting with the tide; to carry along.

part of speech: verb transitive

To drive with the stream.

part of speech: noun

The alternate ebb and flow, or rising and falling, of the waters of the ocean, and bays, rivers, & c., connected with it; stream; current; favourable course; turning- point.

part of speech: noun

Time or season: rare except in Eastertide, Christmastide, etc.; the regular of the ocean and the waters connected with it; stream or flood; the natural tendency of events.

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