tide lands

Definition of "tide lands"
  1. The section of land that is exposed daily by the action of high and low tides, and is owned by the person who owns the fronting land on the sea at that specific location
How to use "tide lands" in a sentence
  1. The tide lands behind her beach house are covered in unique seashells.
  2. She was shocked to discover that she owned the tide lands adjacent to her property.
  3. The seafront restaurant's real estate included the tide lands, which were a tourist attraction.

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