It was high-tide, but we well knew that there was not water sufficient on the bar to allow the corvette to enter.
Evremond had come all at once to the high-tide mark of his limit.
When the tragedy had risen to high-tide in her soul—there had been no words for him.
Of course there was a high-tide of question and answer at once.
No wonder the water that rushed in at high-tide had seemed to go so quietly away.
It was Carnival time, and the very acme and high-tide of that season of mirth and revel.
The elevation of the gauge was from four to six feet above the high-tide level.
Early in June this high-tide of business slackened, and by the close of the second week we were moderately idle.
They were used to snow, and they were as jolly as clams at high-tide.
The eggs were laid on the bare earth, often within two or three feet of high-tide mark.
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