V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. beginning of something new; 2. boarding onto an aircraft or ship

Synonyms: beginning, boarding, entry

Antonyms: exit, end

Tips: Embarkation is related to the verb embark, "to set out" or "to go on board."

Usage Examples:

Let us begin the embarkation of our journey with a prayer. (beginning, departure)

Kirstin decided, after years of working in sales, that she was ready to embark on a new career as a massage therapist. (begin, start) verb

The embarkation of the sailors onto the vessel was accompanied by much appropriate fanfare. (boarding)

The embarkation into life on her own proved exciting for the recent college graduate. (entry)

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