Definition of eb
1. ebb [ v ] flow back or recede
Examples: "the tides ebbed at noon"
(Science of Mind, 34:11...)
Harmony , melody , counterpoint symphonic structure are there ; and as this music ebbs and flows , there is an antiphonal chorus from all the atoms outside , in_fact from the atoms of the entire universe .Synonyms ebb ebb_off ebb_down ebb_out ebb_away Related Terms tide recede
2. ebb [ n ] a gradual decline (in size or strength or power or number)Synonyms ebbing wane ebb Related Terms decline decline
3. ebb [ a ] outgoing
Examples: "ebb tide" "low tide"
4. ebb [ v ] fall away or decline
Examples: "The patient's strength ebbed away"
5. ebb [ v ] hem in fish with stakes and nets so as to prevent them from going back into the sea with the ebbSynonyms ebb Related Terms besiege
6. ebb [ n ] the outward flow of the tideSynonyms reflux ebb Related Terms flow ebbtide
Rhymes withebb webb web deb cobweb zagreb
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