detrain[ dee-treyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF detrain
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DETRAIN
There they were to detrain and search every boat coming down from the north.
Among the passengers to detrain was a man in a long black coat.
It would take three days for all troops to detrain, so I sought the earliest opportunity of finding Miss Goche.
A few short halts at stations, and we detrain at Suez, to resume our journey by sea; we have completed the overland portion of it.
The troops will detrain somewhere this side the frontier, and we can all take our old seats.
One unit took four and a half hours to detrain and several have taken more than three.
Orders to detrain for an embarkation center were momentarily expected.