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  1. -tidesuffix

    time, added to a festival name to indicate the period around that festival.

    Etymology: Old English tid, from Old High German zit

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of -tide in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of -tide in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of -tide in a Sentence

  1. Lindsey Graham:

    Given the quickly changing tide of public opinion on this issue, I do not believe that an attempt to amend the U.S. Constitution could possibly gain the support of three-fourths of the states or a supermajority in the U.S. Congress, rather than pursing a divisive effort that would be doomed to fail, I am committing myself to ensuring the protection of religious liberties of all Americans.

  2. Craig Fagan:

    I would say in the last five years there has been a turning of the tide, [There has been] a realization, at least at a global level, that this is part of their license to operate, that charities need to be accountable in a 360-degree way with people they are working with and those funding them.

  3. Mohamad Bazzi:

    When the Syrian war first started, Erdogan's government wanted the downfall of the Assad regime, and without Western military intervention, it thought that these foreign fighters would turn the tide, now that strategy is backfiring as the Islamic State becomes more emboldened.

  4. The NWHL:

    We subscribe to the theory that a rising tide lifts all boats.

  5. Julius Caesar:

    There is a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at the floud leads on to fortune ommitted, all the voyage of their lives are bound in shallows and in miseries

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