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  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t Re-embark rē-em-bärk′ to embark or put on board again
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In literature:

Re-embarked, Bombay, 9th May, 1916.
"With a Highland Regiment in Mesopotamia" by Anonymous
The night passed without any disturbance, and the next morning they re-embarked and pursued their course.
"The Settlers in Canada" by Frederick Marryat
On Monday our travellers re-embarked and continued down-stream.
"The Young Voyageurs" by Mayne Reid
I re-embarked at midnight in the steam-boat descending from Albany, and which is fitted out as a night boat.
"Diary in America, Series One" by Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)
A little farther off he found a watering-place, but the hostile demonstrations of the inhabitants forced him to re-embark.
"Celebrated Travels and Travellers" by Jules Verne
Next morning we re-embarked at an early hour, and continued up the Yazoo.
"The Story of a Common Soldier of Army Life in the Civil War, 1861-1865" by Leander Stillwell
It was impossible for us to re-embark without being seen.
"The Red True Story Book" by Various
On October the tenth, they re-embarked and continued their voyage towards the Gulf.
"Sword and Pen" by John Algernon Owens
On the 6th of April, the river was found sufficiently clear of ice, to permit the party to re-embark.
"Travels in North America, From Modern Writers" by William Bingley
Jean Cornbutte gave his sailors notice that if they wished to re-embark, no change in the crew would be made.
"A Winter Amid the Ice" by Jules Verne
He, consequently, ordered the troops to return to their former positions, and on the 19th they re-embarked.
"The History of the First West India Regiment" by A. B. Ellis
Gen. Bragg telegraphs the President that the enemy failed to reduce Fort Fisher, and that the troops landed above the fort have re-embarked.
"A Rebel War Clerk's Diary at the Confederate States Capital" by John Beauchamp Jones
I called my officers together, explained to them the motives which governed me, and prepared to re-embark.
"With the World's Great Travellers, Volume 1" by Various
We unloaded, re-loaded, and embarked passengers, and backed out into the North River on our way to sea again.
"Merchantmen-at-Arms" by David W. Bone
Gilliatt descended, put on his shoes again, unmoored the cable, re-embarked, and pushed out into the water.
"Toilers of the Sea" by Victor Hugo
We told them to take in water, and that we were about to re-embark.
"The Memoirs of the Conquistador Bernal Diaz del Castillo, Vol 1 (of 2)" by Bernal Diaz del Castillo
Orders were issued to commence the re-embarkation.
"Hernando Cortez" by John S. C. Abbott
Gama is obliged to give up to the Indians the whole of his merchandise as ransom, when he obtains permission to re-embark.
"The Lusiad" by Luís de Camões
Nicholas.= =WM= Troops disembark at, 165; re-embarkation, 172.
"The Makers of Canada: Index and Dictionary of Canadian History" by Various
On re-embarking we pulled about eight miles farther betwixt the islands and the main, and found a narrow opening to the sea nearly barred up.
"Narrative of a Second Expedition to the Shores of the Polar Sea" by John Franklin

In poetry:

We threw the rack into the hungry surf
And hacked the turf in anger with our swords.
Then, re-embarking on our fruitless voyage,
We left the island to the mice and birds.
"The Island" by George Woodcock

In news:

Nadia and Akbar have never been alone together, but they're about to embark on a journey that few in America still take: a marriage arranged through their parents.
Several events have galvanised the Clinton administration and the US Congress to re-embark on a civilian biodefence programme.
When University of Denver chancellor Daniel Ritchie embarked on a plan to re-create the campus a decade ago, he enlisted the help of distinguished Denver architect Cabell Childress.
Have you ever entered your car feeling psyched—even if you're embarking on unpleasant errands or commuting to a crappy job.
They're hoping for a big turnout Saturday, as they embark on their fourth and final gun amnesty 2012.
And they're hoping the community will get behind them as they embark upon one of their biggest fund-raisers ever.
You've just embarked on a new phase of flight: cruise, and every time you're in a new phase, there's something (usually a few things) to do.
But I'm intrigued by the challenge, so I announce to my husband, Thad, that we're embarking upon a weeklong "Just Say No to No" experiment.
We're about to embark on the start of a new year.
"Although we're not pursuing an ACO directly, we are opportunistically looking at which elements make sense for us and are doing a fair amount of research before embarking on any reform-based changes".