Examples of disembark in a Sentence
The plane's crew members were the last ones to disembark.
the cruise passengers disembarked as soon as they got to the terminal in Miami
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The whole controversy over the Kentucky trip started when Linton posted an Instagram photo of herself disembarking from an Air Force jet with hashtags like #rolandmouret pants, #tomford sunnies, #hermesscarf, and #valentinorockstudheels.
Tourists continue to disembark from buses and join the melee.
The ship docked in PortMiami Tuesday, where about 2,000 guests disembarked after a tumultuous 10 days at sea.
Carnival spokeswoman Christine de la Huerta said passengers on the Carnival Magic will be allowed to disembark in New Orleans.
Passengers received refunds and were rerouted to New Orleans or Miami, and could either disembark in New Orleans to arrange travel home, or wait until later in the week to return to Galveston.
Trump, who was campaigning for the presidency, said at the time that Obama should have returned to the U.S. rather than disembark from the plane’s lower set of stairs.
After three months at sea Columbus disembarked in a place no European knew existed.
The Escape headed back out to sea Thursday evening, with a new manifest of about 4,000 that included some of the original passengers as well as some fellow travelers who disembarked early from another ship called the Norwegian Sky.
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