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embark
used in Main Street

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to leave on a trip — especially to board a ship
  • Carol did desire to see the Prussian autocracy defeated; she did persuade herself that there were no autocracies save that of Prussia; she did thrill to motion-pictures of troops embarking in New York; and she was uncomfortable when she met Miles Bjornstam on the street and he croaked: "How's tricks?
    Chapter 23 (15% in)

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