Definition of disembark:
- arrive (part of speech: verb)
Most of the Nauru's great company were to disembark in Melbourne; the last two days had seen a general smartening up, a mighty polishing of leather and brass, a " rounding- up" of scattered possessions.- "Back To Billabong", Mary Grant Bruce.
The ship on which the friars were to sail only got as far as San Domingo and there, the cedulas did not make it perfectly clear that the officials should pay their passage to Puerto de Caballos; because the cedulas say that from there they are to be paid to Honduras, because they were supposed to go in the vessel that would disembark them at the said Puerto de Caballos.- "Bartholomew de Las Casas; his life, apostolate, and writings", Francis Augustus MacNutt.
- "The Land of Mystery", Edward S. Ellis.