- llanwy llanw
Adjective(1) of or relating to or caused by tides
(1) I have regularly used these floats on tidal waters to fish high tides with good results.(2) There are strong tidal currents in the area as well as mud, which can trap waders and swimmers.(3) The port developed around a large tidal lagoon protected by a sand bar.(4) The dive sites here are home to some of the strongest, wildest and most dangerous tidal currents in the world.(5) In the present case it was common ground that there is a public right of navigation throughout the tidal waters of the estuary.(6) At this time of year, monsoons in the area cause tidal surges and high waves.(7) Strong tidal currents in the channel, however, limit deposition to the Celtic Sea.(8) The movement of water associated with tides can also result in the formation of tidal currents.(9) The tidal sealochs of the east coast are particularly good otter-spotting venues.(10) Diving here is not that difficult, as there is almost no tidal water and the currents are mostly weak.(11) The tidal current was running against me, slowing the trawler to three knots.(12) The flounder is common in estuaries and the tidal waters of rivers, and especially abundant in the Baltic Sea.(13) I had fished both the tidal and non tidal Thames for pike for many years.(14) Because of its location east of the Isle of Wight, tidal currents make diving tricky.(15) It was a tidal bay, so twice a day you would be left with a small tidal river.(16) A tidal river, its current is swollen both from the teeming heavens and from the surging ocean.
(1) tidal wave :: ton llanw
1. tidal ::
Different Formstidal, tidally
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