Definition of "tyde" [tyde]

  • (noun) An obsolete spelling of tide.

Use "tyde" in a sentence

  • "Well, to pass on, I went over some Little heath Ground but mostly Lanes, and those stony and Dirty, 3 mile and halfe to Parr; here I fferry'd over againe, not but when the tyde is out you may ford it."
  • "This house Look'd very finely in a thicket of trees Like a Grove and was on the side of a hill and Led just down to the head of ye river Plym wch is fill'd with ye tyde from the sea, and here I Cross'd it on a stone bridge."
  • "I pass'd over a Bridge where two armes of the river meetes where yc tyde is very high and rowles in the sand in many places and Causes those Whirles or Hurricanes that will Come on storms wth great jmpetuosity."

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