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disembark
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

4 uses
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Definition
to get off a ship or other passenger vehicle
  • The boat shot out of the harbor like a bird and the next morning Franz disembarked at Porto-Ferrajo.
    Chapters 31-32 (2% in)
  • " 'I swear, captain,' replied I. " 'Well, as after my death the command devolves on you as mate, assume the command, and bear up for the Island of Elba, disembark at Porto-Ferrajo, ask for the grand-marshal, give him this letter—perhaps they will give you another letter, and charge you with a commission.
    Chapters 7-8 (33% in)
  • Not a word was spoken, every one seemed occupied, Franz with his disembarkment, the sailors with their sails, the smugglers with their goat; but in the midst of all this carelessness it was evident that they mutually observed each other.
    Chapters 31-32 (29% in)
  • The sailors did not wait for a second invitation; four strokes of the oar brought them to land; Gaetano sprang to shore, exchanged a few words with the sentinel, then his comrades disembarked, and lastly came Franz.
    Chapters 31-32 (30% in)

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