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verb as in land

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Coasting along the shore, they came at last to an open roadstead where they could debark.

Walled in by all this gear was another passenger due to debark on Murna, snuffling and grunting with impatience.

Then I prayed that they might be moved to send out a canoe, so that I could debark and go inland for the day.

As to the living occupants of this strange interior, I saw that most of those whom we had seen debark were present.

At the lower end of the rapids (our Indians refusing to go further), we had to debark.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to debark, such as: arrive, disembark, and go ashore.

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