verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of embark
Related formsre·em·bark, verb
Examples from the Web for embarking
By embracing celibacy, Hales is embarking upon one of the only sanctioned paths for LGBT students at BYU.
Mad Men, the ambitious, award-winning AMC series, is embarking upon its seventh and final season this Sunday.Every Woman Don Draper’s Hooked Up With on ‘Mad Men’|Amy Zimmerman|April 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The first attacks came in June 2012, just as she was embarking on her first trip abroad in 24 years.
Ciccone seems to be embarking on this venture with a certain unease about the way he will be perceived.Christopher Ciccone, Madonna’s Brother, Debuts a Shoe Line|Isabel Wilkinson|September 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Embarking on an unauthorized biography requires a strong stomach.
But because the old Squire and others were embarking in that business, Rufus wished to do so, too.A Busy Year at the Old Squire's|Charles Asbury Stephens
She said that with the air of one embarking on a tremendous venture and scorning all its possibilities of harm.No Clue|James Hay
And now, Señor Montijo, you may make your preparations for embarking.The Flag of Distress|Mayne Reid
On this the strangers saluted the king very respectfully, and, embarking in their ships, returned to their own countries.
Embarking in her, they next fell in with a caravel, which they also captured.