Other Words for Ebb

Ebb Noun Synonyms
decline, decay, decrease, diminution, wane, drop, slackening (off), dwindling, lessening, deterioration, degeneration
She was no longer willing to contend with the ebb and flow of his temper.

Ebb Verb Synonyms
low tide, low water, ebb tide, low point
The rocks appear when the sea is at its ebb.

recede, flow back, subside, go out, go down, fall back or away, retreat, retrocede, retire
The tide ebbed, leaving the boat stranded.

decline, flag, decay, wane, diminish, decrease, drop, slacken, fade (away), drain (away), dwindle, peter out, waste (away), deteriorate
His enthusiasm for exercise is beginning to ebb.

More Words for Ebb

Drop

Ebb Interval

Science / Tides and Currents / Ebb Interval: The interval between the transit of the Moon over the meridian of a place and the time of the following ebb strength. MORE

Duration Of Flood And Duration Of Ebb

Science / Tides and Currents / Duration Of Flood And Duration Of Ebb: Duration of flood is the interval of time in which a tidal current is flooding, and duration of ebb is the interval in which it is ebbing, these intervals being reckoned from the middle of the interve MORE

Ebb Strength (Strength Of Ebb)

Science / Tides and Currents / Ebb Strength (Strength Of Ebb): Phase of the ebb tidal current at the time of maximum speed. Also, the speed at this time. See strength of current. MORE

Ebb Current (Ebb)

Science / Tides and Currents / Ebb Current (Ebb): The movement of a tidal current away from shore or down a tidal river or estuary. In the mixed type of reversing tidal current, the terms greater ebb and lesser ebb are applied respectively to ebb tid MORE

Double Ebb

Science / Tides and Currents / Double Ebb: An ebb tidal current having two maxima of speed separated by a smaller ebb speed. MORE

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