Definition of barred
: marked by or divided off by bars; especially : having alternate bands of different color a barred feather
Examples of barred in a Sentence
He looked out the barred windows of the jail.
a bird with a barred tail
Recent Examples of barred from the Web
Barred owls aren’t all white, this one just looks that way due to the lighting in the photo, said Laura Erickson, Duluth bird expert.
Russia’s track and field team remains barred from global competition, its Paralympic team suspended and its national antidoping agency decertified by the global antidoping regulator.
One of the barred candidates, Edward Leung, threw his support behind Baggio Leung, who was running in the same district.
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First Known Use of barred
BARRED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of barred for English Language Learners
: covered by a bar or a set of bars
: having bands or stripes of different color
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