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- adj. Affected by the tide; having a tide
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Affected by the tide; having a tide.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Affected by the tide; having a tide; tidal.
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And I also chose a very experienced vice president, Fritz Mondale, who kind of tided me over into my learning process when I got to Washington.
Your husband clearly had a knee jerk reaction that was tided up in his ego.
Only an 11th-hour cheque from David Sainsbury tided them over.
The French government will want to ensure Greece is tided over until French banks can offload their exposure.
My carefully budgeted nest egg had tided me over to the point where I was beginning to make some money from my music.
So here are some links to cool things to keep you merrily tided over until we meet again Monday morning, don't be late.
The two plans say survival requires another $22 billion, which will tide the companies over until they need to be tided over again.
Henceforth, you are nothing but a shipwreck in my life that I have tided over.
This tided inflation and increased inflows of foreign currency.
This has tided people through but, left them with mountains of debt.