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Correct spelling for ENBARK
We think the word enbark is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for enbark
- Unbar(Definition of unbar)
- Enable(Definition of enable)
- Aback(Definition of aback)
- Enlarge(Definition of enlarge)
- Embark(Definition of embark)
- Tanbark(Definition of tanbark)
- Embargo(Definition of embargo)
- Inboard(Definition of inboard)
Rose-red hastened to unbar the door, and thought she saw a poor man standing in the darkness outside; but it was no such thing, only a bear, who poked his thick black head through the door.
The night came on, but there was still sufficient light to enable us to steer down the centre of the river.
"why, if you wish it," he answered, taken aback.
For from the birth of mortal man, the sovereign maker said, that not in humble nor in brief delight, not in the fading echoes of renown, power's purple robes, nor pleasure's flowery lap, the soul should find enjoyment: but from these turning disdainful to an equal good, through all the ascent of things enlarge her view, till every bound at length should disappear, 220 and infinite perfection close the scene.
I should like to ask, however, one more question, and that is how our gentleman friends expected to embark us upon this voyage without letting us into the secret?"
In 1889, as much as 50,000 cords of tanbark were hauled out from the little sur river and big sur river watersheds.
In the late 1980s the snorkel parka came to be associated in the uk with trainspotters, who would supposedly wear them, giving birth to the slang term there anorak.
12. explain the embargo act.
In another moment he was pulled inboard with the aid of selkirk's stout arms, and the boat was backed out of danger.