Flood Tide

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noun - The inflow of water (from the sea) that results in rising water levels near shore. The reverse flow is called the ebb tide where there is a receding or outgoing (seaward) flow of water that results in the water level near a shore being lowered. The swimmers had a difficult time swimming against the flood tide towards the end of the race.

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