Antonyms for embarking

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I am glad that public decency is not to be outraged by their embarking together.

You would have thought he was embarking at the regularly appointed rendezvous.

Caius was put on shore there to await the hour of embarking.

Men were embarking in the other vehicles; and the blended noise from them floated in to us.

“The rest will have no difficulty in embarking, I hope,” observed the surgeon.

The embarking of Clinton's army meant that he planned operations on land.

She put it in my hand as I was embarking for Tilly, and blushed redder than a rose as she did so.

While the rest of his countrymen were embarking he had disappeared.

They insisted on embarking in the caravel and following Columbus.

Embarking by night, in former years, I often visited this island.