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Adjective: barred  baa(r)d
  1. Preventing entry, exit or a course of action
    "barred doors";
    - barricaded, blockaded
  2. Marked with stripes or bands
Verb: bar (barred,barring)  baa(r)
  1. Disallow membership or entry
    "He was barred from membership in the club";
    - debar, exclude
  2. Render unsuitable for passage
    "bar the streets";
    - barricade, block, blockade, stop, block off, block up
  3. Expel, as if by official decree
    "he was barred from his own country";
    - banish, relegate
  4. Secure with, or as if with, bars
    "He barred the door"

Sounds like: bard, baaed

See also: marked, obstructed

Type of: block, close up, disallow, expel, fasten, fix, forbid, impede, interdict, jam, kick out [informal], nix [N. Amer, informal], obstruct, obturate, occlude, prohibit, proscribe, secure, throw out, veto

Antonym: unbar

Encyclopedia: Barred

Bar, Serbia, and Montenegro