Examples of low tide in a Sentence
You can walk across the sand bar at low tide.
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The howling southeast winds bombarding the coast of New England will push excess ocean water toward the coast, but due to astronomically low tides and the storm’s rapid movement, the risk of significant coastal flooding seems low.
The testing began during low tide and the pressure may have been too low, Schantz said she was told.
Many bay anglers have had a tough time finding water in the back lakes with extremely low tides.
From then on, the record-breakers had to take to vast beaches at low tide; then inaccessible salt pans; then the remotest deserts; just to reach a number.
To get around the islands, locals tend to drive along the beach—something that can be done only at low tide.
Those lower low tides are when clammers flock to the beach.
But on a recent morning in June, a low tide lifted the reef above the river, exposing a wriggling world of crabs, snails, worms, clams and oysters.
The city averted flooding issues only because this surge coincided with low tide.
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Definition of low tide for English Language Learners
: the tide when the water is at its lowest point
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