The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tided \Tid"ed\, a.
Affected by the tide; having a tide. ``The tided Thames.''
a. Affected by the tide; having a tide
Usage examples of "tided".
USA Today ran a snippy article tided "Ex-Clinton Staffers on Vandalism: Got Proof?
The Times tided his contribution to Liberalthink "A Time of Mourning for Shattered Dreams: A Period of Healing.
The memo was tided "Instructions for Separation of Certain Foreign Counterintelligence and Criminal Investigations" and it imposed a "draconian" wall between Counterintelligence and criminal investigations.
Given that the island had to be domesticated and made fit for habitation by the ironically tided Naturals, Ga-.
She veered to the entrance of Sam Goody, where a near-life-size cutout ofAce Wyatt stood with its arm protectively around a box full of videotapes tided Pro-Active: A Police Professional's Tips on How Not to Become a Victim.