debark

[ dih-bahrk ]SEE DEFINITION OF debark

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEBARK

There was no warning; the crew were ordered to debark, a bomb was placed on board, and the vessel was blown up and sank in flames.

He then, instead of giving the anxiously expected order to advance, commanded the whole to debark.

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

The pale, helpless soldiers had been debark'd, and lay around on the wharf and neighborhood anywhere.

By reason of this precaution it was more than an hour after the steamer arrived before her passengers began to debark.

General Sherman at the same time began preparations to debark.

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

Cannon from the boats also swept the forest with grape and round shot, and the troops began to debark.

Some few incurables keep to their cabins altogether, and only show their wasted faces when it is time to debark.

His lordship went on to the gardens, where we saw him debark, and a train of devoted gardeners met him with baskets of fruit.

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