Embark and Land

Embark

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Embark verb – Go on board.
Land is an antonym for embark in go aboard topic.
Nearby Words: embarkation, embarking
Antonyms for Embark

Land

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Land verb – To stop at or near a place along the shore.
Usage example: the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth after exploring Cape Cod Bay

Embark is an antonym for land.
Nearby Words: landing, landed, landholder, landless
Antonyms for Land
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Common collocations

chance embark chance land chance

Both words in one sentence

  • Synopsis: Ammy and Waka embark on an adventure based off of various old Japanese ghost stories in the fog covered land of Kaiden.
  • Video Game / Age of Wonders 3 Since any units who can't swim or fly can embark with an early research you don't need transports and they can't attack anything on land.
  • Series / Into The Badlands One day he meets a young boy with a mysterious connection to his own past, and together they will embark in a journey through a dangerous feudal land, seeking enlightenment.
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