dismount[ verb dis-mount; noun dis-mount, dis-mount ]SEE DEFINITION OF dismount
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISMOUNT
A mile further it was necessary to dismount and proceed on foot.
When you are free of your cloak, Tony Cross, dismount and let us embrace.
I was off and by her side in a moment, helping her to dismount.
Before I could dismount, she had slipped off, and begun gathering up her skirt.
Dismount and walk past any horse that becomes frightened at your bicycle.
Then Mr. Brown helped her to dismount, and still no Julie was to be seen.
It was the work of a few minutes to dismount the two Brownings from the plane.
On entering the town, I was obliged to dismount and proceed on foot.
Occasionally the paths were so rocky that we had to dismount and lead the horses.
It was easy work to dismount and crawl to the edge of the creek.