Examples of debar in a Sentence
the judge debarred all of the reporters from the courtroom
Recent Examples of debar from the Web
European Adoption Consultants placed more than 2,000 overseas children in US homes since the early 1990s before the State Department debarred the agency in December.
According to the Ohio attorney general's lawsuit, about 300 families had paid EAC for international adoptions that were in various stages when the agency was debarred.
Only 33 people or businesses in the U.S. are currently debarred from using H-2A workers — out of several thousand H-2A employers.
Between Fat Leonard’s arrest and the end of last year, the Navy suspended 566 vendors and permanently debarred an additional 548 from contracts, according to the federal Interagency Suspension and Debarment Committee.
About 100 employers were debarred during that time.
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Origin and Etymology of debar
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
close one's doors to;
DEBAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of debar for English Language Learners
: to officially prevent (someone) from having or doing something
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