barred

All Verb Adjective
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  • The following night he attempts to enter her room again, but she has barred her door.
  • He was barred from the set that day, apparently because he was so young.
  • The show offers a no holds barred account of prison life.
  • This was a time when women were barred from receiving a formal education.
  • Further, both clubs were barred from entering the competition for five years.
  • The president is barred from executing any other public or professional duty while in office.
  • Social groups become even more difficult to break into, and activities that the student enjoyed may be barred to him or her.
  • In response, Canadian officials barred the church's members from entering the country.
  • Men were barred from her mysteries and the possession of her true name.
  • The gates of Rome being barred and armed men on the wall, they returned to camp.
  • People under the age of 18 are also barred from public religious practice.
  • She is barred reddish brown below, and may show a dark throat line.
  • Those citizens were barred from free use of public spaces and facilities.
  • The few existing windows are small and either dark or lighted dark red; one is clearly barred.
  • They were fully pardoned but were also barred from any future positions in government.
  • He and his family were barred from returning to Germany.
  • The juvenile is dark brown above and white, barred with brown below.
  • Jews were barred from most cities and instead lived in villages.
  • She was barred from contesting any election for the next six years.
  • The two powers, both barred from occupying the area with their military, established a joint administration.
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Root form of barred is bar for the verb.

Words starting with barred

Meaning of barred

  • verb Prevent from entering; keep out
    He was barred from membership in the club
  • verb Secure with, or as if with, bars
    He barred the door