- v. present participle of disembark.
“They had come from Kaohsiung by train after disembarking from the Japanese hellship “Hokusen Maru”.”
“A year later, so great had the country shrunk, the tourist, on disembarking from the ocean steamship, took his seat in a modern railway coach.”
“Soon the train stopped and the mother heard her son say, All passengers who are disembarking from the train, please remember to take all of your belongings with you.”
“For example, check this passage from Newsweek: Is it possible that Hillary Clinton really thought she risked her life disembarking from a plane and running for cover "under sniper fire" at the heavily fortified U.S.”
“After disembarking from the tram, guests will witness the collision of fantasy and reality as they explore, then escape from original film sets for?”
“I dont stay in Venice, much preferring Cavallino/Treporti as a base, where the people are so warm and welcoming but when disembarking from the motonave, turn right, not left to the Piazza.”
“Smiling immigration officers were quick to deal with the sudden influx of passengers disembarking from the Alaska Airlines flight and, within minutes, we were at the carrousel, waiting for our checked bags.”
“It's a wide angle shot of scores of men disembarking from a towering boat.”
“I had the privilege of disembarking from the air evacuation plane at Clark AFB with him.”
“How the framed pictures of the animals disembarking from the ark and of Abraham offering up Isaac, sway on their wires until they hang askew!”
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