High tide would have come and gone before they did.
At high tide, the water is deep enough to cover a car.
It's best to set off one hour after high tide.
He could only land and take off between high tides.
The men at the boat expected them to return by high tide.
If they do not come out, I will go in after them tomorrow morning on the high tide.
At high tide, on a cold day, with no air cover?
Normal high tide is about four feet above mean low water.
At high tide, there is very little beach above water.
During high tide, in some places, there is not much beach space.
In 1988 he said that the high water had not reached their house.
He'll move hell and high water to keep you here.
I was going to get out of the military now, come hell or high water.
He would get the truth out of her come hell or high water.
And come hell or high water, I'll make sure you get the chance to stay that way.
And come hell or high water, there'd be no getting her away from him again.
Come hell or high water, she was not going through this again.
I guess if you lose a daughter you're going to want to move hell and high water to find out why.
On the third day I just had to sleep, come hell or high water.
This summer, I am not going, come hell or high water.
There'll be no flood tide until late tonight, so here's the plan.
And the stream has continued at flood tide into 2003.
"Will only your two hands hold back the flood tides of disaster?"
Through the night he went with the flood tide.
The sweep of the book carries names along on a flood tide from school days.
One flood tide she found the water covered with muskmelons.
No passports were required then, in the flood tide of immigration.
The great destroying flood tide was on its way, oblivion in the making.
There weren't many people in the metro now, the flood tide had receded.
The dam burst, and the flood tide swept her away.