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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reimbark.

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Examples

  • On the third day, the wind being abated, though still unfavourable, we reimbarked and rowed along shore, passing by

    Travels through France and Italy

  • In consequence of this decision, the few seamen and marines who had been landed from the squadron, were instantly reimbarked, and every preparation made to bid adieu to a port which had so long been the subject of our conversation; which but three days before we had entered with so many sentiments of satisfaction; and in which, as we had believed, so many of our future hours were to be passed.

    The Expedition to Botany Bay

  • He was strongly impelled to persuade them to migrate to La Présentation; but the Governor had told him to confine his efforts to other tribes; and lest, he says, the ardor of his zeal should betray him to disobedience, he reimbarked, and encamped six leagues from temptation.

    Montcalm and Wolfe

  • After burning two hundred and fifty-three buildings he had reimbarked, leaving fifty men on shore at a place called Peticodiac to give a finishing stroke to the work by burning the "Mass House," or church.

    Montcalm and Wolfe

  • The assembled chiefs having been regaled with a cup of brandy each, -- the only part of the proceeding which seemed to please them, -- Céloron reimbarked, and continued his voyage.

    Montcalm and Wolfe

  • It was as premature as it was violent; since Lawrence, being threatened by La Corne, whose force was several times greater than his own, presently reimbarked.

    Montcalm and Wolfe

  • The marble bases and paving squares are arrived at N.Y. and will be immediately reimbarked thence for Richmd.

    Letters to and from Jefferson, 1825

  • In consequence of this decision, the few seamen and marines who had been landed from the squadron, were instantly reimbarked, and every preparation made to bid adieu to a port which had so long been the subject of our conversation; which but three days before we had entered with so many sentiments of satisfaction; and in which, as we had believed, so many of our future hours were to be passed.

    A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany-Bay

  • I remained untill noon when I again reimbarked and set out concluding that as Colter and Collins had not arrived by that time that they had passed us after dark the night of the 3rd inst. as Sergt

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

  • C. had planted at the point; this being done I instantly reimbarked and decended the river in the hope of reaching Capt.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

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