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  • verb Present participle of reembark.

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Examples

  • From that point the troops should tramp to Head of Elk and, reembarking, should go to Yorktown or some other landing close to the British.

    Washington

  • From that point the troops should tramp to Head of Elk and, reembarking, should go to Yorktown or some other landing close to the British.

    Washington

  • From that point the troops should tramp to Head of Elk and, reembarking, should go to Yorktown or some other landing close to the British.

    Washington

  • From that point the troops should tramp to Head of Elk and, reembarking, should go to Yorktown or some other landing close to the British.

    Washington

  • The next day, reembarking upon the "Eagle's Wing," they soon reached New Bedford.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 23, September, 1859

  • Our friends from the antipodes landed with us, and remained some days before reembarking for home.

    Daybreak; a Romance of an Old World

  • If the reembarking must take place from some other point, preparations for its defense must be made in advance.

    Operations Upon the Sea A Study

  • The Admiralty had already anticipated the task of reembarking the army from France.

    The Story of World War II

  • The Admiralty had already anticipated the task of reembarking the army from France.

    The Story of World War II

  • When it was seen that the English were actually reembarking, a fierce indignation broke out against Le Loutre for the useless cruelty and precipitancy of his action.

    The Raid from Beausejour; and How the Carter Boys Lifted the Mortgage

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