Tideway
Tideway Tide"way`, n. Channel in which the tide sets. [1913 Webster]

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  • tideway — [tīdwā΄] n. 1. a channel through which a tide runs 2. the tidal part of a river 3. a tidal current …   English World dictionary

  • Tideway — The Tideway is a name given to the part of the River Thames in England that is subject to tides. This stretch of water is downstream from the Teddington Lock and is just under 160 km long. The Tideway includes the Thames Estuary, Thames Gateway… …   Wikipedia

  • tideway — noun (C) AmE 1 a narrow area of water through which the tide flows 2 a strong current flowing through a tideway …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • tideway — noun Date: 1798 a channel in which the tide runs …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • tideway — a channel through which a tidal current flows …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • tideway — /tuyd way /, n. a channel in which a tidal current runs. Also, tide way. [1620 30; TIDE1 + WAY1] * * * …   Universalium

  • tideway — noun A channel in which the tide sets …   Wiktionary

  • tideway — n. channel into which the tide runs …   English contemporary dictionary

  • tideway — noun a channel in which a tide runs, especially the tidal part of a river …   English new terms dictionary

  • tideway — /ˈtaɪdweɪ/ (say tuydway) noun 1. a channel in which a tidal current runs. 2. a strong current running through such a channel …   Australian English dictionary

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