[ UK /dˌɪsɛmbˈɑːk/ ]
[ US /dɪsɛmˈbɑɹk/ ]
VERB
  1. go ashore
    The passengers disembarked at Southampton
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How To Use disembark In A Sentence

  • The passengers disembarked from the bus.
  • He stayed in the shadows while the scant dozen passengers disembarked from the wooden-hulled steam-powered passenger ferry Virginia V, just in from Seattle via the Colvos Passage. Excerpt: Spade & Archer by Joe Gores
  • Navy commandoes slid down to the vessel one by one, yet then the unexpected occurred: The passengers that awaited them on the deck pulled out bats, clubs, and slingshots with glass marbles, assaulting each soldier as he disembarked. The Volokh Conspiracy » Pro-Palestinian “Peace Activists”
  • It was a scorching day and there was a light south-west wind when the select group, including two direct descendants of the islanders, disembarked on the rocks at Clashymore natural harbour.
  • The remaining troops disembarked in darkness, and on the following morning began the advance inland.
  • As the flights lasted up to eighteen hours disembarking passengers were invariably cold and uncomfortable.
  • Major De Salis returned for answer, that "Mrs. Duberly had not disembarked from the 'Shooting Star,' and he had not sufficient authority to order her to do so. Journal Kept During The Russian War: From The Departure Of The Army From England In April 1854, To The Fall Of Sebastopol
  • Please assemble on the deck for disembarkation.
  • It was a scorching day and there was a light south-west wind when the select group, including two direct descendants of the islanders, disembarked on the rocks at Clashymore natural harbour.
  • Trains would stop along the way at small stations, for the ladies and gentlemen on board to disembark and take tea.
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