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Meanings of Ticktocked:

verb

Make a ticking sound.

Usage examples:

The clock on the wall was tick-tocking
noun

The sound of a large clock ticking.

Usage examples:

We could hear every tick-tock of the clock

Meanings of Ticktocking:

verb

Make a ticking sound.

Usage examples:

The clock on the wall was tick-tocking
noun

The sound of a large clock ticking.

Usage examples:

We could hear every tick-tock of the clock

Ticktocks

tɪkˈtɒk

Meanings of Ticktocks:

noun

The sound of a large clock ticking.

Usage examples:

We could hear every tick-tock of the clock
verb

Make a ticking sound.

Usage examples:

The clock on the wall was tick-tocking

Meanings of Tidal:

adjective

Relating to or affected by tides.

Usage examples:

The river here is not tidal

Meanings of Tidal-wave:

noun

An extremely large wave caused by violent movement of the earth under the sea

Meanings of Tidally:

adverb

In a way that relates to the tide (= the rise and fall of the sea)

Usage examples:

Tidally generated electricity, the waterway begins to widen and become tidally influenced.

Tidbit

ˈtɪd.bɪt

Meanings of Tidbit:

noun

A small piece of tasty food.

Usage examples:

When you are out with your puppy always have a titbit in your pocket

Meanings of Tiddle:

verb

To tickle.

Tiddledywinks

ˈtɪdlɪˌwɪŋk

Meanings of Tiddledywinks:

noun

A game in which small plastic counters are flicked into a central receptacle by being pressed on the edge with a larger counter.

Usage examples:

Whether it's your first game or your last one or a game of table tennis or tiddlywinks, you want to…

Tiddler

ˈtɪd.lər

Meanings of Tiddler:

noun

A small fish, especially a stickleback or minnow.

Usage examples:

Whilst maggi and i each took good sized quality fish on each strike, each time martin's turn on the…

Tiddly

ˈtɪdli

Meanings of Tiddly:

adjective

Slightly drunk.

Usage examples:

We were all a little bit tiddly

Tiddlywink

ˈtɪd.əl.i.wɪŋk

Meanings of Tiddlywink:

noun

A game in which small plastic counters are flicked into a central receptacle by being pressed on the edge with a larger counter.

Usage examples:

Whether it's your first game or your last one or a game of table tennis or tiddlywinks, you want to…

Meanings of Tiddlywinker:

noun

A game in which small plastic counters are flicked into a central receptacle by being pressed on the edge with a larger counter.

Usage examples:

Whether it's your first game or your last one or a game of table tennis or tiddlywinks, you want to…

Meanings of Tiddlywinks:

noun

A game in which small plastic counters are flicked into a central receptacle by being pressed on the edge with a larger counter.

Usage examples:

Whether it's your first game or your last one or a game of table tennis or tiddlywinks, you want to…

Meanings of Tide:

noun

The alternate rising and falling of the sea, usually twice in each lunar day at a particular place, due to the attraction of the moon and sun.

Usage examples:

The changing patterns of the tides
verb

Drift with or as if with the tide.

combining form

Denoting a specified time or season.

Usage examples:

Springtide

Meanings of Tide over:

phrasal verb

Help someone through a difficult period, especially with financial assistance.

Usage examples:

She needed a small loan to tide her over

Tided

taɪd

Meanings of Tided:

verb

Drift with or as if with the tide.

noun

The alternate rising and falling of the sea, usually twice in each lunar day at a particular place, due to the attraction of the moon and sun.

Usage examples:

The changing patterns of the tides
phrasal verb

To supply someone for a short time with something that is lacking

Usage examples:

Can you lend me some money to tide me over till next month?

Meanings of Tideland:

noun

Land that is submerged at high tide.

Usage examples:

The prefectural government will establish a committee to hear suggestions on how to resolve the env…

Tidelands

ˈtʌɪdland

Meanings of Tidelands:

noun

Land that is submerged at high tide.

Usage examples:

The prefectural government will establish a committee to hear suggestions on how to resolve the env…

Tidemark

ˈtaɪd.mɑːk

Meanings of Tidemark:

noun

A mark left or reached by the sea on a shore at the highest point of a tide.

Usage examples:

When a high tide occurs and the tidemark reaches beyond the normal beach line, this tends to create…

Tidemarks

ˈtaɪd.mɑːk

Meanings of Tidemarks:

noun

A mark left or reached by the sea on a shore at the highest point of a tide.

Usage examples:

When a high tide occurs and the tidemark reaches beyond the normal beach line, this tends to create…

Tides

taɪd

Meanings of Tides:

noun

The alternate rising and falling of the sea, usually twice in each lunar day at a particular place, due to the attraction of the moon and sun.

Usage examples:

The changing patterns of the tides
verb

Drift with or as if with the tide.

Meanings of Tidewaiter:

noun

A customs officer who boarded ships on their arrival to enforce the customs regulations.

Usage examples:

In less than twenty minutes he was on his way up town, and with him were four tidewaiters and serge…

Tidewater

ˈtʌɪdwɔːtə

Meanings of Tidewater:

noun

Water brought or affected by tides.

Usage examples:

Mount garibaldi is only 20 km from tidewater at the head of howe sound.

Meanings of Tidewaters:

noun

Water brought or affected by tides.

Usage examples:

Mount garibaldi is only 20 km from tidewater at the head of howe sound.

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