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Definition of debar:

  1. To cut off from entrance, as if by a bar or barrier; to preclude; to hinder from approach, entry, or enjoyment; to shut out or exclude; to deny or refuse; - with from, and sometimes with of.

Synonyms:

keep off, restrict, block, distract, enjoin, stop, turn away, bar, turn out, block up, nullify, shut out, stave off, outlaw, forefend, eject, rid of, parry, interdict, include, prohibit, shut, void, invalidate, ward off, dismiss, prevent, ban, suspend, leave off, set aside, keep out, forbid, blockade, annul, taboo, avert, fend off, inhibit, bend, eliminate, relegate, barricade, count out, except, head off, boot out, disallow, leave out, obviate, deflect, hinder, quash, avoid, allow, banish, turf out, proscribe, evict, rule out, forfend, take out, preclude, omit, freeze, deny, exclude, block off, chuck out.

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