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disembarkation

[ dis-em-bahrk ]SEE DEFINITION OF disembarkation

Synonyms for disembarkation

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

  • departure
  • disappearance
  • leave
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISEMBARKATION

Until these look-outs returned he would permit no disembarkation from his ships.

Details as to disembarkation of these horses will be forwarded to you later.

Hippias made all the arrangements, and superintended the disembarkation.

They take pride in making a time-record in disembarkation and entraining of patients.

Under cover of the cannonading, the disembarkation of the troops began.

A crowd of natives on horseback were waiting for them at the place of disembarkation.

As soon as they did so, the signal for disembarkation was made.

While discussing this disembarkation we argued concerning the Locri Ozolae.

With the one boat the disembarkation went on slowly during the night.

The vessel was then towed into port, and so placed as to protect the disembarkation.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from Middle French desembarquer, from des- (see dis-) + embarquer (see embark). Related: Disembarkation; disembarked; disembarking.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISEMBARKATION

arrival

nouncoming to a destination
  • accession
  • advent
  • alighting
  • appearance
  • approach
  • arriving
  • debarkation
  • disembarkation
  • dismounting
  • entrance
  • happening
  • homecoming
  • influx
  • ingress
  • landing
  • meeting
  • occurrence
  • return
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.