Tide"mark, n. 1. a mark on a shore line indicating the normal level of the water at high tide, caused by the action of the flowing water; sometimes also used for the mark left at the point of the normal low tide; -- called also high water mark.
[fig.] the maximum level which some activity has reached and from which it has declined; -- called also
high water mark.
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