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synonyms for debarkation

  • advent
  • appearance
  • influx
  • landing
  • meeting
  • return
  • accession
  • approach
  • disembarkation
  • entrance
  • happening
  • homecoming
  • ingress
  • occurrence
  • alighting
  • arriving
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antonyms for debarkation

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  • departure
  • disappearance
  • leave
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How to use debarkation in a sentence

The officer, who had charge of the debarkation on the deck of the steamer above, immediately called to Mrs. Parkman.
ROLLO IN HOLLANDJACOB ABBOTT
These troops had collected near the place of debarkation, which was nearly a mile and a half from the fort.
GREAT EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICACHARLES A. GOODRICH
Yarmouth still possesses some standing as a port of embarkation and debarkation between the island and the mainland.
FROM THE NORTH FORELAND TO PENZANCECLIVE HOLLAND
The place of debarkation is Tha Rua, which is on the road to Phrabat, where the footprint of the god is found.
SIAMGEORGE B. BACON
What we do know is that the ports of debarkation of the slave-trade became the endemic seats of yellow fever.
A HISTORY OF EPIDEMICS IN BRITAIN (VOLUME I OF II)CHARLES CREIGHTON
The boat went directly across and then followed the edge of the lake to Listvenichna, our point of debarkation.
OVERLAND THROUGH ASIA; PICTURES OF SIBERIAN, CHINESE, AND TARTAR LIFETHOMAS WALLACE KNOX
If the plan of debarkation was easily comprehended, that of the attack was not less so.
THE KNIGHT OF GWYNNE, VOL. II (OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
About two-thirds of this equipment was sent to France and installed at the ports of debarkation and at depots.
AMERICA'S MUNITIONS 1917-1918BENEDICT CROWELL
The sea was not heavy, as it sometimes is on these sand islands, and the debarkation was effected without any difficulty.
A VICTORIOUS UNIONOLIVER OPTIC
The flotilla was sweeping through a calm sea miles from the point of debarkation, and tense nerves were beginning to relax.
OUR NAVY IN THE WARLAWRENCE PERRY
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WORDS RELATED TO DEBARKATION

  • accession
  • advent
  • alighting
  • appearance
  • approach
  • arriving
  • debarkation
  • disembarkation
  • entrance
  • happening
  • homecoming
  • influx
  • ingress
  • landing
  • meeting
  • occurrence
  • return
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