- de- + board (Wiktionary)
“A few times, depending on who is working or current politics, everyone has had to deboard and take their bags through a scanner.”
“One of the things I'd have to look at is why in the world a pilot permitted a passenger to board or deboard while a propeller was turning, Nance added.”
“Anyone getting on south of Portland and riding all the way through Portland to Washington state (both of the trains which continues through, rather than stopping in Portland) is only counted once, because they deboard in Washington.”
“Obiviously each person is counted twice - once to board and once to deboard,”
“Obiviously each person is counted twice - once to board and once to deboard, so divide the 103 by two and you get 52.”
“Ed Hardy "designer" Christian Audigier and Jon and Kate Plus Eight's Jon Gosselin were happy to deboard S.S. Cad (part deux) and pose for photographers ...”
“It was a miracle we'd made it at all; we had to deboard our ancient sedan to ford multiple rivers that flooded across the narrow path, which I was sure we're going to sweep the car downstream.”
“Commenters get on the ship at the port of their choice, stay as long as their schedule and budget permits, and then deboard where it is most convenient for them.”
“As I deboard the N Train to walk down to the #5, I am greeted by another bottleneck, as it were.”
“Chevy Chase made you famous, and I , to this day, cannot deboard a plane at Burbank Airport without thinking of you!”
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