Minas, Basin of (mi-nas), a bay in the northwestern part of the Bay of Fundy.
Then the red biled up in his face and over his bald head like a Fundy tide.
Thus it happened that in spite of the delay she really had a glimpse of the Bay of Fundy before the fog had hidden it.
Efter thet, the heads and offals 'u'd scare the fish to Fundy.
Among the jetsam of those restless Fundy tides almost anything that will float may appear, from a matchbox to a barn.
He always had them there—no other country could match the tides of the Bay of Fundy.
I had seen a tidal wave, fifty or more feet high, sweep up the "bore" of a river at the head of the Bay of Fundy.
In the Bay of Fundy that night the elements met in their grandest extremes.
Far beyond them the palpitating waters showed changeful surfaces on Fundy Bay.
But the fishermen knew too well that the Fundy's arm was stronger.