Ebbs in a sentence 🔊

Short Sentences for Ebbs

1. I cannot help those ebbs and flows of fortune. 🔊

2. The tide flows and ebbs from the Reedham end of it. 🔊

3. Dear wife, more would I say, but life ebbs out apace. 🔊

4. The Tide flows and ebbs in the Bure one hour later than at Yarmouth Bridge. 🔊

How to use Ebbs in Sentences?

1. Now the iris has taken up the blazonry of the year, and the tide of the tourists ebbs westward. 🔊

2. And so a cold and cheerless morning ebbs away; and at last, towards noon, there comes relief. 🔊

3. Then it ebbs to flow no more, Wandering off from shore to shore With its freight of golden ore! 🔊

4. It is believed to have a period of seventy years, and in that time its light ebbs and flows between the seventh and first magnitudes. 🔊

5. When these stimulants withdraw, the tide runs to the negative pole, and a soul ebbs from the mortal shore. 🔊

6. History of Ebbs and Flows of the Sea; Currents, Undulations, and other Motions of the Sea. 🔊

7. Today with the sea ebbs and flows the tide of wealth that makes San Francisco the key port of the Pacific. 🔊

8. Between the wide necks that stretch out to the sea the water has made for itself countless cuttings, through which it ebbs and flows sluggishly beneath the shadows of a primeval forest. 🔊

9. It remembers the European War that gave it birth; it thinks of its mates scanning the sky for its coming; its frivolity ebbs suddenly. 🔊

10. Wherefrom, as light from a clouded stream, Faith fades and shivers and ebbs away, Faint as the moon if the sundawn gleam. 🔊

11. It has been suggested that the stars have opaque non-luminous patches on their surfaces, and that during axial rotation their light ebbs and flows according as the dark or bright portions are turned towards us. 🔊

12. That is to say, the two ebbs and flows that occur each day require a little more than twenty-four hours, so that the tidal day is a little longer than the solar day. 🔊