The depth of the river at this point was about twelve feet at low-water; and its breadth some four or five hundred yards.
There is a depth of 14 ft. at low-water spring-tide on the bar.
Makes a longer run, but some of the deep boats might have touched bottom if they'd tried to cross at low-water.
Our principles and our politeness are on a par—at low-water mark.
But the further it penetrates the less scouring force it has, and as a result no island is girt completely by a low-water channel.
I say, why is he so precious fond of hunting about among the rocks at low-water?
It appeared at low-water to be nearly dry, and then only amounted to a collection of mud and sandbanks.
It was low-water still, but the water no longer ebbed; it had begun to flow.
If his companion could keep her off the ground as the banks dried and the channel narrowed, they ought to arrive by low-water.
The passion had inundated him in the manner of an incoming tide and a low-water rock.