imbark

imbark

(ɪmˈbɑːk)
vb
to cover in bark
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And to Ship myself upon the first Vessel or Ship that the Committee of the said Company shall Order me to imbark in, that shall go, or is bound for HUDSON'S-BAY; where I oblige myself to stay according to the aforesaid limited Time, and to do, and perform such Labour and Work, and obey such Commands as the Governor in HUDSON'S BAY, or chief Factor there, shall impose upon me.
Why, moreover, had he relinquished "a calme and pleasing solitarynes fed with cheerful and confident thoughts, to imbark in a troubl'd sea of noises and hoars disputes" (1959, 1:821)?