Or among the orchards of Normandy when they are in their spring-tide bloom.
They could only work on the rock for a few hours at spring-tide.
With winter around him, he felt within like the spring-tide, when all is new and bright.
But now the beautiful town rises like a spring-tide high up the green sides of the bay.
The sachems of the Willamettes, advised of everything, were met in council in the soft Oregon spring-tide.
There may be a sort of spring-tide tendency towards eruptions so to speak.
They say that green is the color of hope, for it is the spring-tide of the heart.
I travelled from Boulogne to Hesdin, in time for the first beautiful effect of spring-tide flower and foliage.
A spring-tide, urged by a breeze from the south-west, speeds along at a rate of ten miles an hour.
It looks as if the pressure were going to begin again; we have spring-tide with full moon.
|spring tide |
A tide in which the difference between high and low tide is the greatest. Spring tides occur when the Moon is either new or full, and the Sun, the Moon, and the Earth are aligned. When this is the case, their collective gravitational pull on the Earth's water is strengthened. Compare neap tide. See more at tide.