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Definition of "highwater" [highwater]

  • The state of the tide when the water is at its highest (noun)

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Use "highwater" in a sentence
  • "She remembers being teased about her "highwater" pants as a kid, but she just can't accept her son's argument that without $100 sneakers, he might be bullied for having uncool shoes."
  • ""Here's where we can play real Robinson Crusoe," Billy cried, as they crossed the hard sand from highwater mark to the edge of the water."
  • "White Fang (1906) and Before Adam (1907) together constitute the highwater mark of London's blatant use of evolutionary concepts in two tawdry pieces of naturalistic fiction."
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