embarkment


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  • noun

Synonyms for embarkment

the act of passengers and crew getting aboard a ship or aircraft

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However, despite evoking the Atlantic slave trade past and the sufferings endured by enslaved Africans before their embarkment for the Americas, most initiatives repeatedly convey simplified representations of enslavement.
Failure to follow these provisions is the responsibility of the client, who will be denied access to the boat on the day of its embarkment from Bodrum on 16 September, and will bear the subsequent costs.
They are in the constant fear that the weak embarkment of the water reservoir of Sarada river, if bursted, would completely washed out their villages.
If the large section of the poem running from the descriptive embarkment at stanza 24 ("A casement high and triple-arch'd there was") to the ironic closure upon the lovers' union at the end of stanza 36 ("St.
We received news of embarkment (sic) in April 1st and since then massed preparation took part.
Each definition signals a point of embarkment that both guides the journey of the research project and is revisable in the light of new evidence and conclusions from the journey.