Definition of Springtide

1. Noun. A swelling rush of anything. "He rose on the springtide of prosperity"

Generic synonyms: Flush, Gush, Outpouring

2. Noun. A greater than average tide occurring during the new and full moons.
Generic synonyms: High Tide, High Water, Highwater
Antonyms: Neap Tide

Definition of Springtide

1. n. The time of spring; springtime.

Definition of Springtide

1. Noun. A high tide coinciding with a full moon or a new moon. ¹

2. Noun. By extension, any characteristic that has reached a high level. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Springtide

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Springtide

springing cow
springing executory interest
springing executory interests
springingly
springings
springle
springles
springless
springlet
springlets
springlike
springloaded
springs
springtail
springtails
springtide (current term)
springtides
springtime
springtimes
springwater
springwaters
springwood
springwoods
springy
sprinkle
sprinkled
sprinkler
sprinkler system
sprinklered
sprinklering

Literary usage of Springtide

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1. The Book of Easter by William Croswell Doane (1910)
"In springtide T ""HIS is the hour, the day, The time, the season sweet. Quick! listen, laggard feet, ..."

2. Such Nonsense!: An Anthology by Carolyn Wells (1918)
"SONG OF THE springtide 0 Season supposed of all free flowers, Made lovely by ... Happy he, 0 springtide, who hath found thee, All sunlit, in luckier lands ..."

3. Such Nonsense!: An Anthology by Carolyn Wells (1918)
"SONG OF THE springtide 0 Season supposed of all free flowers, Made lovely by ... Happy he, O springtide, who hath found thee, All sunlit, in luckier lands ..."

4. Sonnets and Songs by Arthur Upson (1911)
"springtide OF THE SOUL (FOR RB) ' I XHE flesh to fragrant whitening of the bough, •*- Full-flooding fields, and softening sod, doth yearn; The spirit will ..."

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