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embark
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Candide
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  • X IN WHAT DISTRESS CANDIDE, CUNEGONDE, AND THE OLD WOMAN ARRIVED AT CADIZ; AND OF THEIR EMBARKATION.
  • We embarked on board a galley of the country which was gilded like the great altar of St. Peter’s at Rome.
  • The old philosopher, whose name was Martin, embarked then with Candide for Bordeaux.
  • Let us embark, and we will afterwards see what kingdom we shall be able to purchase.
  • They both embarked after having made their obeisance to his miserable Highness.
  • " ’My mission is done,’ said this honest eunuch; ’I go to embark for Ceuta, and will take you to Italy.

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  • she embarked upon a new career
  • Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.
    Confucius

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