Definition for DIS-EM-BARK'

DIS-EM-BARK', v.t. [dis and embark; Fr. desembarquer.]

To land; to debark; to remove from on board a ship to the land; to put on shore; applied particularly to the landing of troops and military apparatus; as, the general disembarked the troops at sun-rise.

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