Definition of Tideway

1. Noun. A channel in which a tidal current runs.

Generic synonyms: Channel



Definition of Tideway

1. n. Channel in which the tide sets.

Definition of Tideway

1. Noun. A channel in which the tide sets. ¹

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Definition of Tideway

1. a tidal channel [n -WAYS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tideway

tidepool
tidepools
tiderip
tiderips
tides
tidesman
tidesmen
tidewaiter
tidewaiters
tidewater
tidewater river
tidewater stream
tidewaters
tidewave
tidewaves
tideway (current term)
tideways
tidewrack
tidgy
tidied
tidier
tidiers
tidies
tidiest
tidife
tidifes
tidily
tidiness
tidinesses
tiding

Literary usage of Tideway

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1. Lives of the Engineers by Samuel Smiles (1874)
"... a proposed canal to join the Mersey at Hemp- stones, about eight miles below Warrington Bridge, from whence there was a natural tideway to Liverpool, ..."

2. Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial, Industrial by Edward Balfour (1871)
"... accidental below '.he tideway of the rivers iu Lower Bengal. A summer visitant in Afghanistan. ..."

3. Seamanship: Comp. from Various Authorities, and Illustrated with Numerous by Stephen Bleecker Luce (1877)
"IN A tideway* ... a tideway, that the after part of the keel being more deeply immersed in the water, and presenting a broader surface to the action of the ..."

4. Historical Account of the Navigable Rivers, Canals, and Railways, Throughout by Joseph Priestley (1831)
"... There is no act relating to the river, and being in the tideway, it is consequently free of toll. The chief uses to which this navigable estuary is put, ..."

5. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"In tideway now were seen : whereas, being changed, To swans, in tumbling watery heaps, they ride. ..."

6. The Statutes at Large of South Carolina by South Carolina, Thomas Cooper, David James McCord (1840)
"... DOWN TO THE tideway, AS FAS AS THE PLACE COMMONLY CALLED THE NARROWS. WHEREAS, several of the inhabitants in and about the township of Williamsburgh, ..."

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