|DEB'ARK, v.t. To land from a ship or boat; to remove from on board any water-craft, and place on land; to disembark; as, to debark artillery.DEBARKA'TION, n. The act of disembarking.DEB'ARKED, pp. Removed to land from on board a ship or boat.DEB'ARKING, ppr. Removing from a ship to the land; going from on board a vessel.DEB'ARRED, pp. Hindered from approach, entrance or possession.DEB'ARRING, ppr. Preventing from approach, entrance or enjoyment.DEBA'SE, v.t.|
To leave a ship or boat and pass to the land; as, the troops debarked at four o'clock.
DE-BARK', v.t. [Fr. debarquer; de and barque, a boat or vessel.]
To land from a ship or boat; to remove from on board any water-craft, and place on land; to disembark; as, to debark artillery. [It is less used, especially in a transitive sense, than disembark.]
- To go ashore from a ship or
boat; to disembark; to put ashore.