embarkment

[ em-bahrk-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF embarkment
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"The Embarkment for Cythera" has been called the first impressionist picture.

And when the time of their embarkment came, there was not sufficient to serue their own turnes.

Watteau revealed his temperament, on the wing as it were, in his masterpiece "The Embarkment for Cythera."

The main body was assembled at Toulon but the embarkment was to take place at Civita Vecchia.

And when the time of their embarkment came, there was not sufficient to serve their own turns.

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