Pitching camp on sand banks that go under at high tide is a truly stupid thing to do.
For instance, in my father's business the timing of sales and purchases was very important, and he would sometimes write or say to his colleagues "There is a tide," without going into detail.
The wind and tide impelled the ship to the shore.
The present writer doesn't like such a tendency.
Expectation caused her to be flushed with excitement.
He seized an opportunity to speak.
He tried to swim against the tide.
He is swimming against the tide.
He was flushed with excitement.
The tide carried the boat out to sea.
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