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embark
used in The Lords of Discipline

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Definition
to leave on a trip — especially to board a ship
  • It has produced an extraordinary breed of Americans, and your son is about to embark on a journey that will make him equal to that breed.
    Chapter 1.7 (75% in)
  • She would wave vigorously to the freighters coming to Charleston to unload their cargo; she would ignore the ships embarking from the city as though she could not understand why anyone or anything would want to leave a place so perfect and desirable.
    Chapter 3.23 (4% in)

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