Sentence example with the word 'embarkment'


Definition n. the act of passengers and crew getting aboard a ship or aircraft

Last update: August 24, 2015


He stood to watch the embarkment of the mariners, who, if they wondered at this latest command, had learned at least to wonder in silence.   [Please select]


Truxtun was released, and the Attorney for the United States called Blennerhassett's servants to prove the array at the island and the embarkment upon the Ohio.   [Please select]


When this was known, the embarkment was suspended, and a great part of the cavalry went in pursuit of the fugitive, with orders to bring him back dead or alive.   [Please select]


[Sidenote: Re-embarkment of the Army.   [Please select]

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