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disbar

verb dis·bar \dis-ˈbär\

: to take away the right of (a lawyer) to work in the legal profession

Full Definition of DISBAR

transitive verb
:  to expel from the bar or the legal profession :  deprive (an attorney) of legal status and privileges
dis·bar·ment \-mənt\ noun

First Known Use of DISBAR

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