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Another word for debar

  1. To keep from being admitted, included, or considered

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  2. To refuse to allow

      1. To put under taboo
      2. To prohibit or forbid because of tradition, convention, etc.
      3. To exclude from use, approach, or mention; place under taboo.
      1. To denounce or forbid the practice, use, etc. of; interdict
      2. To prohibit; forbid:
      3. In ancient Rome, to publish the name of (a person) condemned to death, banishment, etc.
      1. To prevent; preclude:
      2. To refuse to permit; forbid by law or by an order
      3. To forbid by authority:
      1. In the U.S., to remove the legal force of (contracts, etc.)
      2. To declare unlawful or illegal
      3. To bar, or ban
      1. To confront and halt the activities, advance, or entry of:
      2. To prohibit (an action) or prohibit the use of (a thing); forbid with authority
      3. (R.C.Ch.) To exclude (a person, parish, etc.) from certain acts, sacraments, or privileges
      1. (--- Psychology) To suppress or restrain (behavior, an impulse, or a desire) consciously or unconsciously.
      2. (--- Biology) To decrease, limit, or block the action or function of (an enzyme or organ, for example).
      3. (Eccles.) To prohibit; forbid
      1. To command to stay away from; exclude or bar from
      2. To command against the doing or use of (something); prohibit:
      3. To have the effect of preventing; preclude:
      1. To urge or impose with authority; order; enforce
      2. To direct (a person) to do something; order or urge:
      3. To require or impose (an action or behavior, for example) with authority and emphasis; prescribe.
      1. To reject as invalid, untrue, or improper.
      2. To refuse to allow; reject as untrue, invalid, or illegal
      1. To prohibit, as by official order, from doing, using, appearing, happening, etc.; forbid; censor
      2. (South African) Under the former system of apartheid, to deprive (a person suspected of illegal activity) of the right of free movement and association with others.
      3. To prohibit (an action) or forbid the use of (something), especially by official decree:
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Another word for debar

  1. To exclude

  2. To prevent

      1. To refuse to acknowledge as one's own; disown; repudiate
      2. To refuse to believe; reject:
      3. To give a refusal to; turn down or away:
      1. To forbid by authority:
      2. To refuse to permit; forbid by law or by an order
      3. To prevent; preclude:
      1. To keep or confine within physical limits:
      2. To keep within certain limits; put certain limitations on; confine
      3. To prevent or prohibit beyond a certain limit or by restriction: