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  • noun A line of floating debris, seaweed etc. that marks the boundary between two surface currents

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Examples

  • They love anything floating they will hide under boats a tideline of grass and trash i've even seen them hide under a sea turtle.

    Playing with the idea of a cobia fishing trip sometime this year. Are they fit to eat, and if so, how do you prepare them?

  • With the lights out he could catch the glimmer of the silver strip of surf along the tideline.

    Wintering at Montauk

  • They love anything floating they will hide under boats a tideline of grass and trash i've even seen them hide under a sea turtle.

    Playing with the idea of a cobia fishing trip sometime this year. Are they fit to eat, and if so, how do you prepare them?

  • Meanwhile, Tagholm is crouched by the tideline, picking up bits of marine debris and inspecting them with forensic dedication.

    Surfers Against Sewage: the muck stops here

  • There was no one else on the beach, no sign of human life except the tops of sails just visible sliding in and out of the Beaulieu River, and the driftwood along the tideline.

    Wildwood

  • There was no one else on the beach, no sign of human life except the tops of sails just visible sliding in and out of the Beaulieu River, and the driftwood along the tideline.

    Wildwood

  • If you little ones want me to get you up at first light, we can go hunting for treasure along the tideline.

    MORE FROM GINNY BATES: AT THE BEACH IN 1994

  • Ten million bobbing heads that ride above the tideline of taxi stripes, all brain-waved differently, and yes the street abounds in idiosyncrasy, in the human veer, but you have to go to roof level to see the thing distinct, preserved in masonry and brass.

    Underworld

  • Ten million bobbing heads that ride above the tideline of taxi stripes, all brain-waved differently, and yes the street abounds in idiosyncrasy, in the human veer, but you have to go to roof level to see the thing distinct, preserved in masonry and brass.

    Underworld

  • Ten million bobbing heads that ride above the tideline of taxi stripes, all brain-waved differently, and yes the street abounds in idiosyncrasy, in the human veer, but you have to go to roof level to see the thing distinct, preserved in masonry and brass.

    Underworld

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