Definition of Tiderips
1. tiderip [n] - See also: tiderip
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tiderips
Literary usage of Tiderips
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Harvard African Studies by African Dept (1917)
""Carrying twice its weight" the balsa "breasts gales and rides breakers and stems tiderips that would crush a canoe, swamp a skiff, or capsize a yawl ..."
2. Costa Rica Alive! by Bruce Morris (2002)
"place to bird-watch. Take a fishing pole down there when the tide is going out and bring back a snook for dinner. The tiderips are tough and, ..."
3. Costa Rica Alive! by Bruce Morris (2002)
"The tiderips are tough and, even though there is a lifeguard at the south end in front of the Hotel Barceló Playa Langosta, you should be very careful. ..."
4. Tʻoung pao by Demiéville, Paul, Jan Julius Lodewijk Duyvendak, Henri Cordier, Paul Pelliot, Edouard Chavannes, Gustaaf Schlegel (1895)
"... and he confirms this, and tells me that these "overfalls" or "tiderips" are avoided, if possible, by even steamers, and that, when the weather is bad, ..."
5. Annual Report of the Directory of Lands by Philippines Bureau of Lands (1903)
"3=T=tiderips. 0=0 mm. 1=0-5 mm. 00-Noon. 01=1 pm 02=2 pm 03=3 pm 04=4 pm 01=1. 02=2. 03=3. 04=4. 05=5. I 2= 5-10 mm. I 3=10-15 mm. ..."