Examples of low tide in a Sentence
You can walk across the sand bar at low tide.
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The northernmost sloping section is landscaped to replicate a reef crest, which is the highest point in a reef and can be exposed during low tide.
The SS Monte Carlo occasionally makes an appearance during very low tides, and its concrete hull was exposed again on Saturday January 30 to the delight of beach-goers in the area.
Sailing’s high, low tides Boating was once so popular in Chicago that people were willing to resort to bribery to get a choice spot — or any spot — along Lake Michigan.
Some years at low tide, the entrance can be as shallow as 10 feet or less before dredging begins, boaters have said.
The best time to shell is an hour before and an hour after low tide, especially after strong winds or storms.
The depth of the beach is like 100 yards at low tide.
The storm had made landfall during low tide, which resulted in a storm surge of only 13 feet in the Long Island Sound.
Most come for a swim or a sunrise surf, but there’s enough golden sand for barefoot walks at low tide, too.
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LOW TIDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of low tide for English Language Learners
: the tide when the water is at its lowest point
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