Tidal Wave

The term tidal wave may refer to one of the following:

  • A gigantic wave caused by the force of the moon and sun
  • A tidal bore, which is a large movement of water formed by the funnelling of the incoming tide into a river or narrow bay
  • A storm surge, or tidal surge, which can cause waves that breach flood defences
  • A tsunami or harbor wave, although this usage is not favored by the scientific community due to tsunamis not being tidal.
  • A Megatsunami, which is an informal term to describe a tsunami that has initial wave heights that are much larger than normal tsunamis.

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List Of Transformers: Armada Episodes - Season 3
... His name is Tidal Wave ... While Jetfire fights Thrust in the air, Hot Shot and Blurr attack Tidal Wave from under the sea and succeed in turning him upside down ... that the 'Bots will gain the upper hand any moment… But then Tidal Wave transforms himself into a robot and comes to the surface ...
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Famous quotes related to tidal wave:

    And now it is once more the tidal wave
    That when it was swept by, leaves summits stained.
    Oh, blood will out. It cannot be contained.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)