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1. untīd n.

1 quotation in 1 sense
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Misfortune, misadventure.

2. untīdelī adj.

1 quotation in 1 sense
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Uncertain.

3. tīd(e n.

274 quotations in 15 senses
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(a) Time; a season, space of time; also, a season appointed to a particular purpose; the season of a natural process; also, a recurring temporal interval, natural period of time; (b) an instant of…

4. tīdeful adj.

3 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) Of time or an occasion: appropriate, fitting; (b) of fruit: ripening early.

5. ēve(n-tīde n.

Additional spellings: evetide, even-tide, eventide
18 quotations in 2 senses
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Evening, time of evening; dusk; also fig.

6. mōrn-tīde n.

Additional spellings: morntide
15 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) Dawn, daybreak; morning; (b) at morn-tide, on the next morning; in a morn-tide, on a certain morning; in the morn-tide, in the morning; on the next morning; during the hours before dawn; on

7. ūghten-tīde n.

Additional spellings: ughtentide
2 quotations in 1 sense
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The early morning, the period of twilight before dawn.

8. undern-tīde n.

Additional spellings: underntide
16 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) The third hour of the day, 9 a.m.; also, morning; undern-tide of (the) dai; (b) midday, noontime.

9. tīde-sō̆ng n.

Additional spellings: tidesong
6 quotations in 1 sense
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A divine service; also, the divine service particular to a canonical hour.

10. tīde-man n.

Additional spellings: tideman
2 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) One who repairs bridges during periods of low tide; (b) ?a customs officer who waits during the times of incoming tides to prevent ships from evading customs duties.

11. tīt(e adv.

Additional spellings: tite
56 quotations in 3 senses
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(a) Quickly, soon; also, hastily; (b) without hesitation, readily; (c) as (al, also, so) tit, immediately, right away, as quickly as possible; (d) as tit as, as soon as.

12. ēster(n n.

Additional spellings: estern
112 quotations in 4 senses
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The church festival of Easter; Easter Sunday; the Easter season;-- usually without article.

13. mō̆rwe-tīde n.

Additional spellings: morwetide
40 quotations in 2 senses
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(a) The dawn, daybreak; early morning; forenoon; houre of morwe-tide, the canonical hour of matins; (b) at morwe-tide, in the morwe-tide, upon a morwe-tide, in the morning, at dawn; ayen the

14. itīde n.

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A period of time; prob. an hour.

15. tīdī adj.

27 quotations in 4 senses
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(a) Timely, opportune; also, convenient; (b) of fruit: ripening early in season; (c) ?late; ?seasonable.

16. wāre n.(4)

5 quotations in 1 sense
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Spring; ware corn, grain sown in the spring, specif. barley and oats; ware tide (time), springtime.

17. birth(e n.

Additional spellings: birthe
116 quotations in 9 senses
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(a) The act of giving birth, childbirth; birth bering; labour of birth; at on (a) birth, in one delivery; (b) birth in wombe, conception.