Origin of disembark
OTHER WORDS FROM disembarkdis·em·bar·ka·tion [dis-em-bahr-key-shuhn], /dɪsˌɛm bɑrˈkeɪ ʃən/, dis·em·bark·ment, noun
How to use disembark in a sentence
Randall was in the second-to-last row of the aircraft as she waited to disembark.Why good manners are more important than ever during pandemic travel|Christopher Elliott|January 20, 2021|Washington Post
When they disembarked, the ship moved on to the next locale, and new travelers arrived, or new specialty charter companies took over, serving everyone from birders to nudists.
Because if you do, we will have someone meet you at the end of the flight, when you disembark, and let you know that you’re no longer welcome on Delta.
The disembarkation of the Guards was effected, and with a rapidity and comfort which conferred great credit on the officers.
It was calculated that the disembarkation of 20,000 could be effected by the boats of our steamers in two hours.
The French Admiral fired a gun shortly after eight o'clock, and the disembarkation of their troops commenced.
Before the disembarkation had concluded for the day, signal was made for all ships to "land tents."
The vessel was then towed into port, and so placed as to protect the disembarkation.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne