Definition of Tidewaves

1. tidewave [n] - See also: tidewave



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tidewaves

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

Literary usage of Tidewaves

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1. Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1910)
"We fain would let thy memory dwell Where rush the tidewaves of the sea, Where storms will moan or calms will tell To all the world our love for thee, ..."

2. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Thomas Humphry Ward (1918)
"... sink beneath the tidewaves, of their weight, If in no vessel built for sea they swim." The truth is that Meredith never chose to accept the conditions ..."

3. Poets and Poetry: Being Articles Reprinted from the Literary Supplement of by John Cann Bailey (1911)
"Must sink beneath the tidewaves, of their weight, So that his poetry does not lend itself easily to quotation. Its greatness is commonly in the fine stuff ..."

4. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Various Writers by Thomas Humphry Ward (1918)
"... reckless and insolent fashion: "what fruitful things and dear Must sink beneath the tidewaves, of their weight, If in no vessel built for sea they swim. ..."

5. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1910)
"... and dear Must sink beneath the tidewaves, of their weight, If in no vessel built for sea they swim. THE POINT OF TASTE UNHAPPY poets of a sunken prime! ..."

6. The Isles of Loch Awe: And Other Poems of My Youth. With Sixteen Illustrations by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1855)
"... And they laid their sandy treasures where the creature used to tread; Tracts of sand with marks of ripples did the tidewaves daily spread. ..."

7. The Magazine of Poetry by Charles Wells Moulton (1890)
"... She kissed her children, folded 'round her azure robes, And gave e'en to the fleecy-clouds their shapes. Then as the noon-tidewaves ebbed ..."

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