embarkation[ em-bahr-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF embarkation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBARKATION
When Nicias had concluded his stirring appeal, the embarkation of the troops began.
That is why the Cabinet in London takes for granted an embarkation in September.
She witnessed the first embarkation in a gunboat at Sheerness.
Mitchell's arrangements for the embarkation of the troops were excellent!
All our forces, disposable, are on the march for embarkation.
Parties remained to protect them, previous to their embarkation.
The women, their baskets of linen on their heads, had paused to watch the embarkation.
All is in train, and the embarkation of the animals is even now in progress.
Every railway station in England, every port of embarkation, were watched by police.
It was while there they were ordered to proceed to Genoa for embarkation.