Definition of "re-embark" [re•ëm•bark]

  • To put, or go, on board a vessel again; to embark again. (verb)

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Use "re-embark" in a sentence
  • "During the weeklong retreat, however, the rejuvenating powers of yoga and meditation enabled her to recover her love of life and self, and thus to re-embark on the work she needed to do."
  • "The Wahabi, after the conquest of Mekka, sent two commissioners to Souakin, to exhort the people to embrace the doctrines of their chief; but they were not permitted to proceed to Geyf, and were obliged soon to re-embark."
  • "The wind was fair, but we had all to re-embark, an operation which went on till noon."