- n. Plural form of tidemark.
“The bergs in the neighbourhood were very large, several being over 200 ft. high, and some of them were firmly aground, showing tidemarks.”
“Scattered in the distance down the mountainsides were terraces which circled the hills like green tidemarks, villagers grazing their cows and goats, people washing their clothes in the river, wooden makeshift dwellings, tall pines and Himalayan weeds with the power to heal diseases that usually carried death sentences.”
“It varies in size and colour between tidemarks, being sometimes long and ribbon-like, of a violet or purple hue; sometimes long and broad, whilst changing to a reddish purple, or yellow.”
“I went yesterday on an expedition to see the remains of a forest which exists between tidemarks at a place called Amroth, near here.”
“Another exciting game which tests the Scoutcraft of a patrol is that where they approach the shore in a boat and look out for marks which have been told to them, and, on finding these, they land, find a map hidden away, which gives further clues by means of landmarks, compass directions, tidemarks, and so on, to where the hidden treasure is to be found.”
“There's no need for it to say after what: there are tidemarks on every house.”
“Vast natural riches are spread above and below the tidemarks of 200 islands strewn throughout the southern third of Haida Gwaii (also known as the Queen Charlotte Islands).”
“This was further underscored by his footprints between the tidemarks, impressions in the sand that sat side-by-side with Katie’s.”
““The deep snow atop 'em, sir, and the tidemarks on the side.”
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