Disbar in a Sentence 

Definition of Disbar  

to exclude someone

Examples of Disbar in a sentence

If Regina continues to try and cheat, we will have to disbar her from the competition.  
Young children are very likely to disbar a strange or unfamiliar person from their group of friends.  
Because Lowen was the class bully, Ingrid was all too happy to disbar him from the party she was inviting everyone to.  

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