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embark
used in The Mark of Athena

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Definition
to leave on a trip — especially to board a ship
  • But until today, their embarking on a journey to the ancient lands hadn't seemed real.
    p. 258.5
  • , By the time Leo had explained the eidolons, the problem with the Romans, and all the troubles the Argo II had encountered crossing the United States and embarking from Charleston, Aphros had knitted a complete baby bonnet.
    p. 296.5

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