Definition of "embarcation" [em•bar•ca•tion]

  • Alternative form of embarkation. (noun)

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Use "embarcation" in a sentence
  • "The embarcation was a wondrous spectacle, such as civilized eyes have rarely beheld, and can never witness again."
  • "He forbade General Clinch from negotiating with the Seminoles “till they are unconditionally subdued, and till they consent to an immediate embarcation sic for the country west of the Mississippi.”"
  • "As once a pier in Palos was to Columbus, the destiny of the ISS, still in the dawn of space exploration, is to provide an ongoing point of embarcation for humanities enevitable journey into space."