Definition of full flood in English:

full flood

Syllabification: full flood

noun

1The tide or a river at its highest.
More example sentences
  • I imagine that, if you could fight the current and stay in one place, the anemones must deliver an awesome sight at the tide's full flood.
  • Tides that begin their inward flood during daylight can often fish poorly compared to those with the full flood tide through darkness.
  • Again, the river may not reach full flood until late May.
1.1 (be in full flood) see flood.

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