disembark[ dis-em-bahrk ]SEE DEFINITION OF disembark
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISEMBARK
"I'll bet everybody was glad to disembark at Schenectady," declared Stephen.
For a certain reason we had to disembark at Madras and return home to Calcutta.
Then the note of a bugle close at hand startled us, and Ludar bade us disembark.
Emob is the third plural of emel, to descend, to disembark, arrive.
The English could not disembark their troops to strengthen the Allies.
Then he gave his hand to Miss Clarence and helped her to disembark.
At the head of the Falls I disembark my first contingent,—say the ‘Greenways’ one.
She perceived her mistake just in time to run herself ashore, and disembark her crew.
The steamer struck on a rock, and the whole party had to disembark.
This was a convenient place for him to disembark, and he pulled in his tender to the pier.