tide (n.)
season, date, time [of year]
KJ III.i.86[Constance to King Philip, of the marriage day] what hath it done, / That it in golden letters should be set / Among the high tides in the calendar? [or: sea tides]
RJ III.v.177[Capulet to Lady Capulet, of Juliet] Day, night; hour, tide, time ... still my care hath been / To have her matched
TC V.i.78[Diomedes to Achilles] I have important business, / The tide whereof is now
Tim I.ii.55[Apemantus to himself, of the Second Lord doing justice to the wine] He keeps his tides well [also: sea tides]
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