em-bahr-key-shuhn
-noun
An occasion/place in time in which the attendee feels resentment or indignation as a result of such attendee's extreme displeasure in the occasion/place in time's lack of amusement.

Origin:
1540–50; < MF embarquer < Sp embarcar, equiv. to em- em- 1 + -barcar, v. deriv. of barca bark 3
The party sucked ass. It was such an embarcation.
by HellonHeels666 February 09, 2010
the act of standing someone up; that is, not showing up when he's waiting for you (from Cuban slang "embarcación" to mean this).
I waited an hour for him. It was a total embarcation!
by miamiguy September 05, 2009

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