Definition of Tidewater river

1. Noun. A stream in which the effects of the tide extend far upstream.

Exact synonyms: Tidal River, Tidal Stream, Tidewater Stream
Generic synonyms: Stream, Watercourse
Group relationships: Tidewater



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tidewater River

tidemark
tidemarks
tidemill
tidemills
tideover
tidepool
tidepools
tiderip
tiderips
tides
tidesman
tidesmen
tidewaiter
tidewaiters
tidewater
tidewater river (current term)
tidewater stream
tidewaters
tidewave
tidewaves
tideway
tideways
tidewrack
tidgy
tidied
tidier
tidiers
tidies
tidiest
tidife

Literary usage of Tidewater river

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1. Federal Statutes Annotated: Containing All the Laws of the United States of by United States, William Mark McKinney (1918)
"And if it was so limited, then it did not extend to contracts for maritime services when made on land, nor to torts and collisions on a tidewater river, ..."

2. Venezuela-British Guiana Boundary Arbitration: The Printed Argument on by Venezuela (1898)
"We answer: There is no principle of international law that gives to such a tidewater, river- mouth settlement, as the Dutch had at Essequibo, ..."

3. The Virginia Handbook by Blair Howard (2001)
"Saltwater fishing on the ocean, the bay, and the tidewater river estuaries and creeks is a major sport in Virginia. The state is blessed with more than 120 ..."

4. Venezuela-British Guiana Boundary Arbitration: The Printed Argument on by Venezuela (1898)
"We answer: There is no principle of international law that gives to such a tidewater, river- mouth settlement, as the Dutch had at Essequibo, ..."

5. A Treatise Upon the Law of Eminent Domain by Henry Edmund Mills (1879)
"... said terminus.4 A charter authorizing the road to be constructed "to the place of shipping lumber" on a tidewater river would not limit the location to ..."

6. Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States by United States Supreme Court, William Cranch, Henry Wheaton, Richard Peters, Benjamin Chew Howard, Jeremiah Sullivan Black (1903)
"It will not be denied, that when land is bounded by a tidewater river, the limit of private property is the mark to which high tide ascends. ..."

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