They bring the charge near to the ship's bottom, but are difficult to manage in a tideway, and can be easily found by dragging.
But that might have occurred through want of careful tending in a tideway.
Even on the tideway sculls should be as light as a good scull-maker can turn them out, so long as they retain their stiffness.
Then, as the fishermen say, the tideway is ‘all of a paffle.’
The tideway is always a drawback to scenery, but Barnes always used to produce good audiences and good competitors.
Its chief patrons were tideway clubs and the Kingston Rowing Club.
He rolled forward majestically to the turn-table, and swung like a man-of-war in a tideway, till he picked up his track.
On the tideway in sculling matches, it is usual for pilots to conduct scullers.
How shall a loving wife express warmth of sentiment elsewhere, without the one beam too much, that plunges her on a tideway?
So without climbing out from under the high banks of the creek he splashed out into the tideway, and started back.