What does this mean? HELP?

On the rising tide like a bridge of boats?

please tell me what the mean like completely

2 Answers

  • opetke
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Context would help....

    ...but think of a bridge. Now think of one made of boats tied together. It wouldn't sink, but it wouldn't be very stable. It's not what boats were designed to do.

    So I would imagine that the author is saying that, whatever he is describing, was floating in a scattered, disorganized manner.

  • 1 decade ago

    On paul reveres ride he saw that the British were coming by sea. There were so many boats they filled the horizon, looking from a distance like a "bridge of boats." Boats are also higher when the tide is rising, making them easier to see over the horizon.

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